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Memoir Contest Winner: The New Halloween by Linda Mussillo

by Matilda ButlerJuly 19, 2012
Memoir Contest Winner: The New Halloween by Linda Mussillo

Women’s Memoirs is delighted to publish Linda Mussilo’s Halloween story. Be sure to leave her a note in the Comment section.

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Practice Your Writing by Storytelling: 5 Sources of Inspiration

by Kendra BonnettJune 17, 2012
Practice Your Writing by Storytelling: 5 Sources of InspirationPractice Your Writing by Storytelling: 5 Sources of Inspiration

Make your writing practice sessions pay off. Use Ray Bradbury as your writing inspiration.

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Writing Alchemy Prompts: Enrich Your Memoir Writing with Spoken Word Poetry

by Kendra BonnettMay 29, 2012
Writing Alchemy Prompts: Enrich Your Memoir Writing with Spoken Word PoetryWriting Alchemy Prompts: Enrich Your Memoir Writing with Spoken Word Poetry

Discover the world of spoken word poetry and what it has to teach the memoir writer. And learn the secret of show don’t tell.

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Memoir Author Dawn Novotny and Saving Your Family History

by Matilda ButlerMay 23, 2012
Memoir Author Dawn Novotny and Saving Your Family History

Women’s Memoirs welcomes Dawn Novotny, author of: RagDoll Redeemed: Growing up in the Shadow of Marilyn Monroe. Dawn has few good stories to tell about her childhood but knows the value of finding and documenting the treasured family stories that do exist.

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Memoir Writing Tip: Joseph Campbell and The Call

by Matilda ButlerMay 13, 2012
Memoir Writing Tip: Joseph Campbell and The Call

Today Women’s Memoirs begins to explore the stages of the Hero’s Journey as researched by Joseph Campbell. This week we’ll look at five of his stages, the five the memoir author Gail Straub uses to explain her mythic memoir journey.

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Writing Alchemy and the Element of Time

by Kendra BonnettMay 12, 2012
Writing Alchemy and the Element of Time

Kendra wraps up her week of blogging about the five essential elements of writing with a discussion of time. It’s role in our lives and the power it brings to our writing.

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Memoir Contest Winner: Guising and Galoshens by Mairi Neil

by Matilda ButlerMay 3, 2012
Memoir Contest Winner: Guising and Galoshens by Mairi Neil

Women’s Memoirs is pleased to published the First Place winner in our Halloween from a Child’s Perspective contest. Mairi Neil shares stories of Halloween from her native Scotland, a story she sends us from her current home in Australia.

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