Writers are the custodians of memory, and that’s what you must become if you want to leave some kind of record of your life and of the family you were born into.
— William Zinsser
Do you want . . .
to write your memoir but don't know where to start?
Do you worry . . .
about your ability to write your story or about revealing family secrets?
I understand. I've been there. When I started writing memoir and personal essay, I struggled with insecurity and worry. Worst of all, I constantly judged and second-guessed myself.
That's why I created Journaling for Memoir.
You may already be aware of the powerful benefits of journaling — catharsis, emotional healing, clarity, making meaning of life’s events, stress reduction, and enhanced creativity, to name a few.
But did you know that you can use journaling techniques to clarify and enhance your creative writing practice?
Imagine — when you've completed this course, you'll be able to: