Five Rules for Writing Your Memoir by Working Writer's Club member Karen Cioffi

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) January 11, 2012 -- CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance

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Five Rules for Writing Your Memoir by Working Writer's Club member Karen Cioffi

Writing a memoir is different things to different people. Some people are looking for closure, or a cathartic release from a traumatic event in their lives, others simply want to share their experiences with readers.

The Working Writer's Club is a professional club for freelance writers, authors, coaches, and speakers providing training, resources, and networking opportunities for its members. The Working Writer's Club is pleased to share with you Karen Cioffi's latest article, "Five Rules for Writing Your Memoir."

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Whatever the reason behind writing a memoir, there are a few rules that should be adhered to.

5 Rules for Writing a Memoir:

1. Know what you want to convey to the reader. Know why you're writing a memoir and let...

2. Decide on what format you will write your memoir, but keep in mind that trying to stick to a purely chronological order can cause a problem...

3. Whether you're writing a mystery, a romance, or a memoir, you need to hook the reader. Again, read other memoirs for some...

4. Don't let your memoir be a platform to get even with those who you perceive have harmed you in the past. You may feel good about venting, but...

5. As with any form of writing, the bare bottom basic is to have a proofread and edited manuscript. Even if you intend to have..."

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