Blog, Featured, Memories and Memoirs

The Joy of Journaling

  As you can see in the photo, I have years of journals to draw from as I write my new memoir about transformation in the 60s and 70s! When I wrote Don’t Call Me Mother, I didn’t use journals, as most of what I had to write about happened long before I started journaling. However, there were a few…

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Blog, Featured, Memories and Memoirs, Truth or Lies in Memoir

What Memoirists Worry About

Memoirists know that writing a memoir can be fraught with all kinds of doubts and silencing, from “I’m not that great a writer” to “what will the family say?” We worry about how much to put in, whether to frame scenes with dialogue or not, or if we should name the people we grew up with. We worry about these things whether they are legal issues or not. We worry about them even if we are starting a first draft that no one else will see but our writer buddies or coach. Let’s face it—we worry!

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Featured, Memories and Memoirs, Writing Resources

Empowerment through Publishing | A Conversation about Pubslush

Where are you in this new publishing world? As you begin to think of all the choices, you may feel overwhelmed, but the Internet can deliver to you encyclopedic amounts of information about any of the topics that have to do with publishing. Just search, find, read, and digest the information available to you. Linda Joy Myers and Amanda Barbara of Pubslush will discuss crowdfunding and resources for writers today.

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