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25 Most Recent Memoir Articles

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How Do Other Parents Cope? by Alan Busch
Review of Another Father's Book about the Death of His Son...
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How I Started Writing Books by Michael Basso
When my neighbor died suddenly it was a wake up call to stop procrastinating and start writing books ...
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How My Parents Got Rich--and How You Can Too by Alan Cook
We can all learn from how the people who lived through the depression managed their money. For more on Gerhard and Lura, read "The Chemist and the...
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How to Pick Up Foreign Men by Fumiko Takahashi
How my book title got changed....
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How to Write a Suicide Note by Sherry Quan Lee: Book Review by Irene Watson
Sherry Quan Lee was born in the northern U.S. to a Chinese father and a Black mother. Her family told her to pass herself off as white, and if she cou...
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How To Write Memoirs by Susan Lampe
Ever wish you could write your life stories but you don't know how to put the words together?...
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I Asked For A Sister by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
what does matter is that nearly from the moment we said hello, we were old friends, but more than that she became the Sister ...
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I Came From Part One by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I wrote this in memory of my Nonna Verbeck, she is a large part of the reason I write...God Bless...
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I Come From Part Two by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I come from a Mother who in many ways takes after her Mother (Nonna) and is in many ways different, but I come from a Mother who s...
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I Grieve For Ben At My Side by Alan Busch
Next week will mark the ninth anniversary of my son Ben's passing. Here are some thoughts I have about that somber reality....
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I Grieve For Ben At My Side (final revision) by Alan Busch
final before submission...
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I Must be in Heaven, a promise kept by Valerie Faulkner
Inspirational,love story ...
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I Never Dress for Halloween by Lawrence Santoro
Discovering your skin......
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I Remember the Pink Poodle Tradegy: An Excerpt from Sacred Visitations by Ceci Miller
At age six I learned my first lessons in karma. My first-grade boyfriend gave me a first kiss on the cheek. I got my first pair of glasses, and immedi...
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I Talk To Animals by Nancy Kaiser
Modern day Dr. Doolittle...
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I tried so much as I could to do right. by Rachel Van Meers
The real story about my father I don’t know. My mother never talked about it. ...
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I Will Not Compromise My Beliefs ( A Vent) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Most here have been very supportive of my writing...
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I Wrote My Memoir to Quiet My Fear by Janeen Noetling
“No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.” Edmund Burke (1729 - 1797), "A Philosophical Inquiry ...
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I'm STILL A Preacher's Kid - Chapter Two by George Thompson
Still going stong!...
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I’m Not So Different Than You by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Don't Judge me by my phsical differences....
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Ich Bin Ein Metzinger by John St. John
A failed dip into genealogy had some unexpected rewards....
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If I Could Do One Thing by Kathleen Highley
If I could do one thing, and do it well......
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If You Love The Country by Beth Trissel
Written in a month by month journal style, Shenandoah Watercolors follows a year in my life on our farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.~...
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Ilona by Elizabeth Towles
A most unforgettable character!...
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In Loving Memory of John Richard David Werdell by Lady The Lake55
A loving Memoir of a very dear friend who passed a way this morning at 4:30 AM cst....
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In Rememberance of My Mother by Ticara Love
Just another Mother Day though of someone so dear to many....
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In The Backdrop by Nellie Feng
There are those who are content to stay out of the limelight so that what matters most would come into focus. This is a Mother's Day Offering....
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In The Zone by John St. John
Journeyman jock has a once-in-a-lifetime game in his worst sport. Look out, LeBron....
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Indigo Awakening by Dr. Janine Talty: Book Review by Irene Watson
Author Janine Talty, today a successful osteopathic physician, as a child found herself bewildered by a world full of challenges that she could not un...
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Inspired and Fired! by Adrienne Zurub
Veteran Open Heart Nurse fired from renowned Cleveland heart/heart transplant surgery center for her book, her memoirs....
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Interview by Dyanne Davis
Chris Esler, brilliant cover designer. An interview with Chris to show how the covers for your favorite books may be chosen...
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Interview for "My Tour of Hell" author David W. Powell by Irene Watson
David W. Powell enlisted for a tour of duty in April 1966 with the US Marines after receiving an imminent draft notice. Believing he would be able to...
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Interview for "Reinventing Myself" author Marlys Marshall Styne by Irene Watson
Retired seven years, widowed six years, childless, seventy-three years old, depressed, the author set out to find contentment through reflection and w...
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Interview with Amanda Richardson, author of Saved From Silence by Irene Watson
"Saved from Silence" is one woman's courageous and revealing story of abuse and recovery. Readers will come to understand that child abuse can happen ...
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Interview with Amy Racina, author of Angels in the Wilderness by Irene Watson
In telling the story of her terrifying fall, miraculous rescue, and complete recovery, Amy fully engages the reader....
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Interview with Anita Swanson, author of Slow Hope by Irene Watson
“Slow Hope” is a multi-layered love story that focuses, among other themes, on child abuse, as well as the church and its initial resistance to psycho...
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Interview with Anna Murray, author of Born on Friday 13th by Irene Watson
Anna Murray had an idyllic childhood in Kenya, surrounded by family and friends, and riding horses. Her birth on Friday the 13th never seemed to bothe...
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Interview with Barbara Sinor, coauthor of Addiction: What's Really Going On by Irene Watson
"Addiction: What's Really Going On?" by author Barabara Sinor contains powerful true- life stories woven together to form a tapestry filled with pain...
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Interview with D. J. Rino, author of Beneath Rock Bottom by Irene Watson
Author D.J. Rino's compulsive gambling made him feel so low he decided to name his book "Beneath Rock Bottom." He came to Las Vegas as an electrical s...
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Interview with Deborah Shouse, author of “Love in the Land of Dementia” by Irene Watson
“Love in the Land of Dementia” offers readers a sense of compassion, deepening love and increased connection with the person who has Alzheimer's, alo...
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Interview with Dodie Cross, author of A Broad Abroad in Thailand by Irene Watson
Dodie Cross was a newlywed American expat who faced far more than a language barrier in her new home. "A Broad Abroad in Thailand" follows the adventu...
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Interview with Heather S. Cariou, Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's Memoir by Irene Watson
Heather Cariou offers an unsparing eyewitness account of the pain, hope and valor of a family in crisis as it falls apart and pulls itself together ag...
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Interview with Irene Watson, author The Sitting Swing: Finding the Wisdom by Irene Watson
When Irene Watson visited the Avalon recovery center, she had no idea what a difference it would make in her life. As a practicing therapist, she beli...
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Interview with Issam Jameel, author of Iraq Through a Bullet Hole by Irene Watson
Issam Jameel fled Iraq in 1994. Then in 2005, because his nephew was accidentally shot by American soldiers, he decided to return home to visit his fa...
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Interview with J. F. Nichols, author of Twin Voices: A Memoir of Polio... by Irene Watson
When Janice Flood Nichols and her twin brother Frankie were just 6-years-old, they contracted polio. She survived, but he did not. This traumatic even...
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Interview with Jack Eadon, author of Got To Make It! by Irene Watson
A sixties memoir. A suburban teenager's association with a rock band that emulates the Beatles helps steady his ride through turbulent lif...
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Interview with Jean Boggio, author of Stolen Fields by Irene Watson
The Coles of Neville Island were prosperous landowners until the United States used eminent domain to repossess their property. Jean Boggio recounts t...
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Interview with Jeremy Todd, author of Little Boy Broken by Irene Watson
Dysfunctional families are commonplace, but few can compare with the family environment Jeremy Todd lived through. While his mother stood by afraid to...
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Interview with Jerry J. Pollock, author of Divinely Inspired by Irene Watson
"Divinely Inspired: Spiritual Awakening of a Soul" is the story of author Jerry J. Pollock's upbringing and healing, but most importantly, it is his s...
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Interview with Jim O'Brien, author of Making a Priest in the 'Fifties by Irene Watson
Currents of change stirred in the late fifties, both in the Catholic Church and in American culture. But, St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, operated i...
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