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Envisioning: What pops into your mind?

We’ve explored the motivations and basic extent of memoir writing in general; now we should get specific. Lyn Jones has advised would-be memoir writers to involve emotional content in creating scenes, and to achieve that, to focus on specific scenes
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Writing your memoir? What should it be, for best results?

In the previous blog, we invited you to ask two questions if you were considering writing a memoir: “Why are you writing your memoir? And “Who will read this?” If you have answered that question for yourself, now you can
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Writing your memoir? How to do that!

  History can only be written by those in the present utilizing the recorded records of those in the past. For thousands of years, from Herodotus in Greek times on, interested writers found records from the past, visited sites, domestic
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Steps in a Lifetime of Professional Writing: destiny, determination or hard work?

Number One: The Writing Tree We’ve featured on this blog site many of our successful Hoosier writers telling their stories from time to time and giving hints on how to succeed in a writing career. Now I think I’ll follow
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