How to write memoir demystified—for just a click, no cost—Fri., Sat., Sun., February 22, 23, 24—only on Amazon Kindle. The award-winning guidebook, TellTale Souls Writing the Mother Memoir: How to Tap Memory and Write Your Story Capturing Character & Spirit, is yours free.
It has the power to move people and change awareness.
This guidebook demystifies the writing process for people new to writing, and professional authors will encounter abundant food for thought and innovative techniques to get their creative juices flowing. As an intuitive leader, Henriksen discovered a profound way to keep spirits alive after witnessing Alzheimer’s disease ravage her mother’s mind. She has helped hundreds of daughters and sons capture in brief memoirs the memories and feeling they never thought they could record.
It draws people deep into the heart and soul of writing.
The author believes to write anything well, be that memoir or fiction, the best place to start is learning to write a compelling true story about a ‘mother figure.’ The TellTale Souls Writing Method focuses on technique and true tales as it draws people deep into the heart and soul of writing. Writing the Mother Memoir is a significant step in learning to write with honesty about intimate, complex, and sometimes trying, relationships. The TellTale Souls Writing Method uses specific triggers prompting unexpected impressions to emerge and evolve as the author shows daughters and sons how to discover each mother’s individuality and write to tell about it using all-powerful emotional memory as a catalyst.
Praise for the book from the acclaimed, bestselling author Talia Carner: “‘Emotional memory’ is as universal as mothers. Lynn Henriksen helps writers and would-be writers explore the far reaches of their emotional memories along with the more tangible, sensory memories to create stories, essays or poetry. In her beautifully designed and organized “how-to write a powerful memoir” book, she artfully guides the writer through the dark mazes of the heart, illuminating them with the power of the imagination.”