“ OPINION: Don’t count on your memories. They may pass the test of time, but that doesn’t mean they’re accurate.”
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The whole premise of a biography is to write a story of a person’s life. A biography can be as short or as long as you want it to be, from just one paragraph to several hundreds of pages.
How to add professional polish and marketing edge to your self-published memoir or autobiography – by Sarah Juckes of self-publishing platform CompletelyNovel
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Australian author of ‘There’s a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake’ series, Hazel Edwards writes for children, teenagers and adults, runs non-boring writing workshops and mentors aspiring writers online.
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Should your story be fictionalized or be a true telling of your life? You have to decide. Here are 10 factors to consider.
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As I alluded to in an earlier Path to Publication post, I got the deal for my memoir, The Good Shufu: Finding Love, Self and Home on the Far Side of the World,…
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by Wendy E. N. Thomas
“When you teach a writing class, you often get students who want to share their personal writing. I don’t mind a bit, in fact I encourage my students to share as much as they’d like to.
One of my students recently handed me a multi-chaptered piece that he was working on. It was a memoir of his life. Although there was a lot of good information, and even though he had a good voice in his writing, the piece was not going to go far without a major revision…”