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The Memoir Network"Since 1988, Denis Ledoux has helped thousands of people get started writing their memoir."

Writing a memoir is not easy work—rewarding, fulfilling, satisfying but not easy. We are the memoir-writing people and we can help you turn your idea and longing into a memoir book you can hold in your hands—and we can help you do it sooner than you think. We have guided thousands of people just like you to create a book. Whether you are just starting out—or have been writing and don't know what to do next, you will find much here to help you succeed. Let this be the year you publish your memoir!

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  • Click on the tabs in the menu above to access the pages where you can select services and resources you can use to start—or finish—your memoir.
  • Scroll below for the latest blog entries and don't forget to browse the blog archives for hundreds of informative and motivational articles on dozens of topics. And remember: the huge educational opportunity available to you on the blog comes  at no cost.
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  • The Memoir Café Forum is a great place to ask your questions and get personal coaching  for FREE. Join as soon as you become a Basic Member. It is a bonus of the Basic Membership.
  • The Free Membership is a terrific resource for many writers, but if it is not enough for you, look into our other membership—the Master Memoir Writer, services, and products.

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    The Memoir Writer’s Blog—a Successful Blog?

    This post is the 300th on my blog. I am amazed at the number. I realize that other blogs have more posts but even so, 300 is an achievement. I want to honor that I have been writing my own posts and curating guest posts for a while now and have achieved this constancy—300 posts. If that makes for a successful blog, then I have done it.

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    6 Tips to Finding the Time to Write A Memoir

    For many of us finding the time to write a memoir can be problem. There are so many things that seem to get in the way what with work, family, household chores, TV, social media, etc. So start by asking yourself whether all of these distractions are really just a way of avoiding getting down to writing.

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    5 Rules for More Profitable Memoir Writing Business

    Run a Profitable Memoir-Writing Business Recently, while thinking about how to grow a business, I was jotting down some ideas about running a memoir-writing business–the what-do-I-know-now-that-I-wish-I-had-known-then sort of stuff. Here are the first five I came up with to help jumpstart my (and your) endeavor: 1. Create business goals. Many goals, goals in a chain […]

    A Better Way to Teach Memoir Writing

    People have been able to teach memoir writing from Memoir Network packages since 1996. The idea of creating packages started when people began telephoning us to ask if we could help them teach memoir writing. “I’d like to do what you do right here at home,” they’d tell us. At the time, we had no materials but, in 1996, I took four months out to write the two core manuals: The Curriculum Manual and The Presenter’s Manual. We are now in the process of a major update of the revisions of these texts.

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