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Part 1: How Many Writing Books Do You Need? Even One New Idea Makes a Book Worthwhile

by Kendra BonnettAugust 11, 2012
Part 1: How Many Writing Books Do You Need? Even One New Idea Makes a Book Worthwhile

Do you need another writing book on your shelf. Kendra’s mother provides some valuable insight and advice for evaluating the worth of a book.

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Writing and Healing: The Joys of Collaboration

by Pamela JaneJuly 8, 2012
Writing and Healing:  The Joys of Collaboration

Women’s Memoirs is pleased to share Pamela Jane Bell’s take on writing and collaboration.

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Writing and Healing: One Day of Panic and Three Days of Work — 5 Tips for Honoring Your Writing Process

by Pamela JaneMay 6, 2012
Writing and Healing:  One Day of Panic and Three Days of Work — 5 Tips for Honoring Your Writing Process

Pamela Jane Bell is back with more of her great tips for memoir writing. Be sure to check out these.

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Memoir Writing Tip: Get a Writing Alchemy (Memoir Edition) Sneak Peek

by Kendra BonnettMarch 30, 2012
Memoir Writing Tip: Get a Writing Alchemy (Memoir Edition) Sneak PeekMemoir Writing Tip: Get a Writing Alchemy (Memoir Edition) Sneak Peek

What’s in it? With Writing Alchemy available to pre-order from the Women’s Memoirs store, many people want a peek inside the book. Today Kendra is granting you a special look inside, while using a clever StoryMap story to illustrate the technique in question.

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Memoir Writing Tip: Dynamic Set Design

by Kendra BonnettMarch 17, 2012
Memoir Writing Tip: Dynamic Set Design

Enjoying St. Patrick’s Day, warm weather and contemplating the changing seasons.

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Memoir Writing Tip: Using Internal Conflict to Show Motivation and Behavior

by Kendra BonnettMarch 9, 2012
Memoir Writing Tip: Using Internal Conflict to Show Motivation and BehaviorMemoir Writing Tip: Using Internal Conflict to Show Motivation and Behavior

That cartoon angel and devil on your shoulder is just a metaphor for the internal conflict that leads to actions. Put this to work in your memoir writing to show your readers the process leading to decision. It’s a great way to show motivation and behavior.

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Memoir Writing Tip: Deconstruction and the Art of the Reveal

by Kendra BonnettMarch 5, 2012
Memoir Writing Tip: Deconstruction and the Art of the Reveal

Sue William Silverman is the inspiration for today’s post about characters and the art of revealing the personality and motivation.

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