How To Refresh Your Memory By Writing Salable Memoirs With Laughing Wallsby Anne Hart
Memoirs are excerpts and highlights of significant
If the greatest lesson you've learned in life is making the most of what you have, it's time to write your memoirs to stimulate your memory. Tired of analyzing puzzles to build brain dendrites and stimulate your memory? Try writing for health-writing salable memoirs for popular magazines to enhance your memory.
Memoirs are excerpts and highlights of significant events in your life. They can be written in prose form or as a skit, play, dialogue with a relative, or as a monologue. Parts of your life story can even become material for stand-up comics in a laugh-for-your-health workout. Or you can write salable memoirs and put direct experience in a small package and launch it worldwide.
Write your life story in anecdotes of 375 to 1,500 words. The difference between memoirs and autobiographies is that memoirs are excerpts or highlights of a life story. Autobiographies are life stories that run chronologically from birth to maturity.
Here's how to write in-depth salable tributes or highlights of life stories and personal histories for popular magazines.
Collect experiences. Flesh-out news stories, linking them together into first-person diary-style novels and books, plays, skits, or other larger works. Write memoirs or celebration-of-life tributes for the living.
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