I wrote a lengthy reply to Gayle to her question concerning my recent post, “Another Memoir Finished: What Was the Writing Process?”
She asked a legitimate question about whether A Sugary Frosting is really a memoir: “Can you call it a memoir when you embellish the writings of your wife and even added stories that she told but never wrote?”
Not a writer? You can still have a memoir!
Our ghostwriters work with self-publishers to send attractive books of memoir out into the world. If you are ready—or anticipate being ready soon—to talk with us about how we can work together to publish your book, call us at 207-353-5454 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your hard work deserves to find its home in a well-written book. For our free A Consumer’s Guide to Ghostwriting Services, click here.
If you haven’t read her question in its entirety (much longer than I provide here) and my response, I hope you will as it addresses an important consideration in memoir writing.
Read the entire stream (the original post and the comments), here. (The comments are after the post.)
I hope you will pitch in with your comments, too. I don’t believe there is a definitive answer and your take might help us all to understand the issues.