How to Wright a StoryMaking a story
Your story: Writing a memoir (Even if you think you can't write)
It can be as easy to remember as hand-written reflexions in photographic galleries, an audio narration on ribbon or an elegance in a text. Or maybe you just want to tell your story and work on topics to your own contentment. Released or not, your memoirs will be a valuable present.
Some of the hand-outs are easy introductory drills and a book list with outstanding memories. A few great people may be a little shy when it comes to a memory group. Reflections of five stars call the memories "heartbreaking and yet hot and funny, an memorable journey". She' s got an M. F.A. in Arts and Crafts from Bennington College. A former lecturer of German and French, she gives lessons in small groups and at writers' meetings.
She has written numerous award-winning shorts in literature journals. Extracts from I Knew You by Name were released in Halfway Down the Stairs, Foliate Oak and Gravel.
Each story has three sides.
Split your. Making your story is just that. With your memory. Those tales you have come from the memory of your lifetime. As we face the happenings in our lifes, we come closer to them differently, and we remember the happenings that are founded on our heart and souls. The three of us have all suffered the traumatic experience and we all have different recollections of our own histories for adults.
We, as authors, poured out our heart in an open and transparent way to divide the happenings in our life that have made us who we are. History-making incidents. To change our history so that it is consistent with the memory of others deprives us of the important significance. Each story has three sides.
And he said, "People say there are two sides to every story." And even if we are living in the same four sides, we come out with different histories. There is a place in our history where the reality is. Divide your hearts. Sharing your memory. Split your story. There is a distinction between using your memory to divide your story and using your memory to divide someone else's story.
During the whole trial I wrote my story and told what was happening between us. I' ve never divided his "side" of history. Had I tried to tell his story, I would bring in my own recollections for him, and the story would not be from his heart.