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For over 30 years, Terre and her sisters, Maggie and Suzzy, were the successful singing group known as The Roches. Terre has written a funny, wise, and very candid memoir of her life, both before and after fame. Terre's book, Blabbermouth, is a brave, tender and disturbing book. In it, Terre tells the story of her origins, her adventures as a young teenage girl who leaves the “lilac walls” of her childhood bedroom with the support of her close-knit suburban family, her
What are some of the vital differences between memoir and fiction? On Thursday, May 2 at 6 PM EST I’ll be talking with author David G Hallman about “Writing What We Know and/or Writing What We Imagine.” David is the author of the intensely moving and beautifully-written memoir August Farewell. He’s also the author of a novel, Searching for Gilead. He grew up in Waterloo, ON, studied community psychology, and was on the national staff of The United Churc
Mara D. Johnson gives us the true account of a child's decade long ordeal with a fugitive on the run. Years of incest that lead to a pregnancy at 13. The trauma of giving birth in secret, being forced to give her daughter up for adoption, and coping with the shame of protecting the guilty. A glimpse into the life of a victim and a victor. Explore a young girl’s journey from utter chaos to an unlikely destination of peace, healing and forgiveness.
Broken Pieces author, Rachel Thompson, chats with Amazon Top 100 author in horror, Kathleen Valentine - who better the day before Valentine's Day? Kathleen Valentine is the award-winning author of three novels--The Old Mermaid's Tale, Each Angel Burns, and Depraved Heart (which won the 2013 eFestival of Words Award for Best Mystery/Suspense Novel) and numerous short stories and novellas. Her Beacon Hill Chronicles--including The Crazy Old Lady in the Attic, The Crazy Old
Sue has chosen what could prove to be an electric book to disect for the show- Abigail Thomas' Thinking About Memoir. Visit Abigail's site http://www.abigailthomas.net/index.html for an in depth of this talented author's offerings. Pssst! Make sure you read the excerpt from a Three Dog Life.
Our mothers represent the primary role model for most women. Whether we choose to emulate her or go in a completely different direction, this relationship is as critical to our lives as it is complex. Lynn Cook Henriksen provides the perfect vehicle to explore and capture the character and spirit of the mother/daughter bond in her book, Telltale Souls: Writing the Mother Memoir. Join us as Lynn provides essential tools to awaken your memories, capture the spirit of events long ago, and discove
Singer-songwriter Karen Dezelle combines honest narratives with soft, soothing vocals, creating vulnerability with wide appeal. Karen has lived all over the world and it shows in her deft blending of beats and melodies. Inspired by artists such as Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Karen', emotionally-complex lyrics are offset by a minimalist song structure and innocent vocals in a moving sound, both calming and exciting. Sshe has a new singel out and we will play it and lern wh
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Project Empowerment is thrilled to have on author Belo Miguel Cipriani who wrote Blind, A Memoir; which chronicles the two years immediately following the assault that robbed him of his eyesight. In his journey, he found himself learning to walk, cook, and date in the dark. Armed with visual memoir and his newly developed senses, Belo shows readers what the blind see. You can learn more at www.BlindAMemoir.com
Are you writing a memoir and trying to build a platform at the same time? Tune into this episode of "Giving Voice to Your Story" where I'll be sharing some strategies on how to blog your memoir.
There are so many memoirs being written right now, but very few aspiring memoir writers are discovering the power in blogging about their memoirs.
Did you realize that you have the power to reach so many people just by one short blog post relating to your memoir?
There are numerous benefits to blogging, by popular author and blogging expert Nina Amir, who discussed everything there is to know about blogging on a previous radio show.
This episode will be different in that we'll be focusing on blogging techniques specific to the genre of memoir writing. I'll also be sharing with you some examples based on my own memoir in progress, Silence: What Serving in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me About Power, Courage and Faith
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