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How can memoir writer go wrong knowing more about how to write a memoir?

We can say emphatically that you can’t! Especially when you receive free memoir-writing resources.

Our experience tells us that the higher your skill level, the more easily and the more deeply you will write.

~ Do you want to jumpstart your memoir? It’s stalled, and you don’t know how to get it going?

~ You have written large parts of your memoir, but you know it needs fixing. How to do that?

~ You’ve written your memoir, but you know it needs something more. If you knew what and how, you’d already have done it.

Below are MANY free memoir-writing resources to help you learn better memoir writing.

My Memoir Education

~ The My Memoir Education membership is free as it gets. There is no fee for this program which offers you much by way of long-distance learning: e-courses, e-books, interviews with master writers, whitepapers, bi-weekly Writers’ Guides (in-depth articles on the art and craft of memoir writing), and more. Learn memoir writing via this free membership—and you can’t beat the price!

I purchased Denis’ book, Turning Memories Into Memoirs, years ago but had lost track of it. I went online looking for it again and discovered his website and all its resources. Wow!

Ebooks and ecourses

~ The Start to Write Your Memoir program is a free five-lesson e-course delivered to your inbox that shows you where to start to write your story and how to remember more than you ever thought possible. You’ll learn to mine your photos, journals and other materials on hand to bring depth to your memoir as well as how to come to terms with disappointment and impatience. Start to write your memoir the right way!

~ The Memoir Writer’s Blog contains over 500 posts that are available to you as a member of My Memoir Education. The posts range from technical how-to posts, to tips for an effective memoir start, to how to deal with painful memories, to telling the truth, to almost anything you’d want to know as a writer from motivation pieces to excerpts of published memoirs. And it’s free.

~ The Memoir Professional’s Blog is geared to writers who are interested in teaching memoir writing in their communities. If you think you would enjoy sharing your writing gifts and experience with others and would welcome some heads-up with how to go about doing so, sign up to receive the free ebook, Jumpstart Your Memoir Business, and be alerted as new blog posts as they are published.

In addition to the book, you will also receive a ten-lesson program via email when you sign-up to help you launch yourself as a memoir professional. Don’t miss out.

21 Must Do Memoir Writing Tasks is an ebook that fleshes out of the post How to write a memoir: Our 21 Best Memoir-Writing Tips to get you writing your memoir—quickly and well—and getting it into the hands of your publicIt is available free on our site. With this freebie we do ask a return favor. We would so appreciate if you left a review on Amazon. Even a review as short as “This little book got me excited to write again” or “Denis Ledoux shows in this book that he knows his stuff” or even “Loved this.” Of course, if you want to write a longer appreciation, that is great too. Your help is so appreciated. This book is the lead to our Memoir Network Writing Book Series.

~ An excerpt from Writer’s Time: Management That Works [scroll down in linked page] This is a program developed to help writers to master their time management skills. Even so short an exposure as this free download is sure to help you master your writing schedule.

The Memoir Network on YouTube

The Memoir Network YouTube

For lots offree memoir-writing resources from us in audio, be sure to sign up for our YouTube channel. CLICK HERE to visit The Memoir Network channel on YouTube.

We will be sending you a list of our fee-based solutions soon.

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