There are two new free books added to the My Memoir Education area. If you have not been to the downloads section lately, check it out and download these free books.
1. Memoir Writing 101 : 10 Steps to Crafting a Compelling Memoir
This book’s ten action steps can help you write a memoir or improve the one you are working on. While this is a basic text, we believe it can correct any memoir writing course and get you to a finished product more quickly. Easy but very useful read.
2. The Nice-Nice Club Holds Its Last Meeting
In this short memoir, we read about a family that was held together because someone in the family invested much energy into maintaining the status quo. In The Nice-Nice Club Holds Its Last Meeting, a family that had once placed great stock in a façade of loving one another—and it had “worked” for a long time—sees the façade crumble, showing inner workings badly in need of fixing.
If you’ve ever wondered how to handle a family conflict in a memoir, this free book will be your guide to doing so successfully.
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Memoir Writing 101 : 10 Steps to Crafting a Compelling Memoir
The Nice-Nice Club Holds Its Last Meeting
I am so grateful for your help in spreading the memoir conversation. I look forward to your review as a way of knowing your take on these free books.
We have helped many people whose lives demanded to be recorded but who themselves were not writers to create interesting and well-written memoirs.
We listen to you speak your story. We ask you a multitude of questions. Then we get to work writing. We come back to you with text and you make lots of corrective comments and we ask you a whole lot of new questions. Then, we go back to writing again.
Over time, your story develops into a memoir—one that you have shaped at every stage of the writing process.
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