How to Write a Memoir: procrastination to print made simple

How to Write a Memoir: procrastination to print made simple

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by Chris Thrall
     
 

Have you ever wanted to write a memoir? With easy-to-understand instruction and a pragmatic approach, this ebook encourages you how to stop procrastinating and complete your manuscript, giving insight into the art of good writing as you progress from a bestselling self-taught author. Please note: It is not intended to be a comprehensive grammar, punctuation or

Overview

Have you ever wanted to write a memoir? With easy-to-understand instruction and a pragmatic approach, this ebook encourages you how to stop procrastinating and complete your manuscript, giving insight into the art of good writing as you progress from a bestselling self-taught author. Please note: It is not intended to be a comprehensive grammar, punctuation or stylistic guide.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044691575
Publisher:
Chris Thrall
Publication date:
06/28/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
113,757
File size:
249 KB

Meet the Author

Chris Thrall was born in the UK. At eighteen, he joined the Royal Marine Commandos. Following active service in the Northern Ireland Conflict and training in Arctic warfare and survival, he earned his parachutist’s ‘wings’ and went on to serve as part of a high-security detachment onboard an aircraft carrier.


In 1995, Chris moved to Hong Kong to oversee the Asia-Pacific expansion of a successful network-marketing operation he’d built, part-time, while serving in the Forces. Less than a year later, he was homeless, in psychosis from crystal meth addiction and working for the 14K, a Hong Kong triad crime family, as a doorman in the infamous Wan Chai red-light district.


Eating Smoke, a humorous yet deeply moving memoir, is his account of what happened . . .

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How to Write a Memoir - procrastination to print made simple 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short guide has already proven useful to me, and I have re-read it more than once! I'll probably read it several more times before my book is ready! Thanks, Chris!