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Memoir Writing Services

At the Memoir Network we help first time, only time, and experienced writers turn memories into memoirs. Whether your project is large, small, or in the middle, our expertise will guide you towards your goal of a completed memoir.

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Let this be the year you write your 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 into a memoir book you can hold in your hands—and we can help you do it sooner than you think. Whether […]

Getting My Dream Coat

From We Were Not Spoiled, the memoir of Lucille Verreault Ledoux as told to Denis Ledoux. My mother-in-law had a lovely black Persian lamb coat. It had large buttons that were very fashionable at the time. That coat was heavy and warm, and Mrs. Ledoux wore it everywhere.  She looked good in it. Rhéa had a raccoon coat […]


The Price of Happiness

In 1953, we left our one-bedroom basement apartment on 7th Street in New Toronto to live in the small town of Tottenham, Ontario. We moved into a three-bedroom flat above a hardware store. There was no central heat or hot water, but I thought it was a palace…

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Memoir Editing

A Memoir Network editor provides essential help to you by bringing professional skills and sensitivity to the rewriting process.

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Memoir Writing Coach

A memoir coach helps you to articulate and reach your memoir writing goals through encouragement, guidance, prompting, and planning.

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Hiring a Memoir Ghostwriter

Our ghostwriters have helped many, many people—just like you—to “write the story of my life.” We can help you, too. Our ghostwriter is your partner in bringing your story to its audience.

What I Saw on Christmas Day

This is what I saw on Christmas Day while sitting on the couch with my husband at the Vicarage by the Sea, the Alzheimer’s care facility where he now resides. Earlier, Henry and I had exchanged simple gifts. I gave him a homemade sock monkey that said “Kisses For You” on its hat; I’d read […]