Should you write your memoir?
This is such a basic question that perhaps everyone who contemplates writing will be—or should be—asking him/herself that question.
A great response to “should you write your memoir?”
When I found Paul LaRosa’s answer to this question on the Huffington Post, I immediately wanted to share it with you. I hope you enjoy it.
I especially liked his comparison with Frank McCourt.
What answer have you come up with?
For Paul LaRosa’s book, Leaving Story Avenue, click here.
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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