Wondering where to start?
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Your desire to share learned lessons, challenges overcome, or great adventures with others who can benefit from your experience can be realized when you write and publish your memoir.
Yet for many aspiring memoir writers, deep down the idea of writing a whole book can be overwhelming.
You may burn to write your story in an enlightening and entertaining way, but you may not have a clue where to begin ...
In this MINI-COURSE, we’re going to start by talking about why you want to write your story, who your story is for, and figuring out what your story is about.
We’ll look at four ways to start, and then I’m going to share with you my two key writing secrets that are going to help you stay focused on your memoir writing project.
Here’s what’s covered in this beginning mini-course for memoir writers:
- The key difference between autobiography, biography and memoir
- How to make planning and organization key to your success
- How you can learn from reading other people’s memoirs, especially if their story is similar to yours
- A key tip for learning to write like a pro
- A key writing secret practiced by General George S. Patton, Ludwig van Beethoven, Andy Warhol, Henry David Thoreau, and John Lennon
- How to identify the major theme, or themes, because you could have more than one, of your story
- Criteria to help you decide what to put in and what to leave out
- How to look at ethical issues and emotional truth
Writing a memoir is like taking a road trip. You’ll have an amazingly more positive experience when you know where you’re going…and how you’re going to get there.