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September 15,  2015

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Join  Gloria Kempton for
Writing the Memoir 101

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Course Starts Thursday!



Course Details:
Date: 9/17 - 12/10
Length: 12 weeks 
Price: $379.99
Instructor: Gloria Kempton
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Share memorable stories and experiences through writing. While writing a book-length personal story can be one of the most rewarding writing endeavors you will ever undertake, it's important to know not only how to write about your personal experiences, but also how to translate and structure them into an unforgettable memoir.The goal of this course is to teach you how to structure your stories, develop your storytelling skills, and give you the tips, techniques, and knowledge to adapt your own life stories into a chronological memoir. Learn more about the genre through  Writing the Memoir: From Truth to Art by Judith Barrington and Turning Memories into Memoirs; A Handbook for Writing Life Stories by Denis Ledoux. You'll take a look at personal memoirs as well as memoir writing prompts and tips. Learn how to write a powerful memoir that will engage readers for years to come.

 

Structure an unforgettable memoir!

This course is open to anyone interested in memoir writing. Gloria Kempton will be available to answer all of your questions. No question goes unanswered! See syllabus here »

 

What you'll learn:

Explore the types of personal memoirs and decide which type fits your work best.
Learn how to downplay your writing weaknesses and cultivate your writing strengths
Discover which stories and experiences to include in your memoir
Create your Cast of Characters and a solid outline to keep your writing on track
Write up to 7,000 words of your memoir
Get helpful and useful tips from experts
Complete 7,000 Words of Your Memoir!

Gloria Kempton



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Gloria Kempton has two passions: writing and working with writers. As the daughter of a successful freelance writer, she understood from an early age how to arrange the elements of an effective story so as to connect with readers: an action-filled plot, characters the reader will remember, a setting that enhances the plot, conflict that challenges the protagonist, tension-filled dialogue. When she submitted her very first story, it immediately sold. Since then she has published more than 600 stories and articles in more than sixty publications in the juvenile, young adult, family and religious markets.


Gloria has also written two novels and eight nonfiction books. She is currently working on several projects; a mainstream novel, a book of essays about her years as a prison volunteer, and a book for writers on unlocking the unconscious. She coaches writers in the Seattle area and teaches creative writing classes at writers conferences. Gloria is a former Contributing Editor for Writer’s Digest magazine, and her most recent book is Write Great Fiction: Dialogue (Writer’s Digest Books). Gloria also developed the Writing Effective Dialogue and Voice and Viewpoint workshops for Writers Online Workshops.


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