Memoir writing relies on memory. As you know, everyone remembers events differently. Since this is your memoir, you go with what you remember. It doesn’t hurt to check in with others, but in the end, it’s your story.
Your experiences are neatly stored like memory in a computer. But accessing these events can be tricky. […]
Writing a short story can be highly engrossing. Your creative processes are engaged. The end result is positively speedy compared to writing a novel. If you are writing a novel, shifting your focus to a short story can be energizing. You’ll find yourself feeling fresh when you return to the novel, as if returning from […]
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