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There are many pieces to the writing process, collected here are articles that will help the memoir writer at every stage of the operation.

Linger with your memoir pre-writing for producing better stories.

Three Tips for Effective Memoir Pre-Writing

In your memoir pre-writing, there are a number of tasks which you must undertake. They are essential to writing better stories. You also need an effective resource to support you memoir writing. Our Memoir Start-Up Package [thememoirnetwork.com/shop/memoir-start-package/] is a great source of information and motivation–and a $137 package for only $69. Buy yours now. Would […]

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5 Memory Recall Tips

Recalling the details of our life stories can be a challenge. Devising a Memory List is the first best thing you can do, but if you want additional ideas, here are five memory recall tips for remembering more than you might have thought possible.

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There is a difference between proofreading and editing.

Where Do You Start Writing Your Memoir?

Is there a best place to start writing your memoir? It’s a quandary: where do you start writing your memoir? Many people may say: from the beginning. But, I don’t think that is the best place to start composing. The answer is actually quite simple: Start writing your memoir anywhere in the story.

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Why Should I Write My Memoir?

“Should I write my Memoir? Is it worth the time to write?” a man asked me recently,adding “Most people don’t have a memoir that was worth their time to write.” “Worth the time to write?” I repeated—raising my voice into a question. “Not only is every life worth writing about,” I countered, “but the writing […]

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How Many Memoir Types Are There?

There used to be one memoir type. The one kind of memoir genre was that written by famous people about the important events in history that they had taken part in. Mostly, these accounts were about how wonderful they were and how important their roles in history had been. Oftentimes, these memoirs were about excoriating […]

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