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If you’re worried about writing your story …

October 23, 2009


I invite you to visit my recent guest post on Women’s Memoirs.  There I share my two-part process for first getting at the heart of one’s story and then going back and protecting yourself from revealing more than you’re comfortable with. If you’ve ever worried that in writing your story you might tell too much or embarrass a friend or family member, I share the approach that worked for me when I wrote Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes of a Joyful Journey.

Once I explain the process, I gives you a useful Writing Prompt that will help you practice capturing all of our personal story, then going back and measuring your every word. You’ll come away more comfortable writing with emotion and honesty, knowing you can ratchet back as needed during the editing process.

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