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Creating a Memory Tree for Your Memoir Course Created by Sarah Bradley.
Creating a Memory Tree for Your Memoir has 3.9 rating out of 5 based on 8 students. Currently this course has 43 students. Course langwage is English.
Creating a Memory Tree for Your Memoir Course Description
There is so much to tell! Some of them might even make for some very interesting memoirs. As a novice writer, writing a memoir can seem like a daunting task. You may be wondering what personal experiences you should include in your memoir, and how you can tie all your memories into one story.
Take the first step in writing a memoir by creating a memory tree.
Developing a memory tree from personal experience can give you more clarity and focus before you start telling your story to a larger audience.
Memoirs are a very popular storytelling genre, but there are many misconceptions about what a memoir is and how best to write it. You'll learn the do's and don'ts of writing a powerful memoir, and how to engage your readers.
You can also create a Memory Tree, a brainstorming tool designed to help you reconnect and organize your memories, so you can better prepare yourself for developing the theme or focus of your memoir. Perfect for novice writers looking to start the writing process.
Most of my students are just beginning writers, so they know how difficult it is to tell a great story, but they lack the information needed to put that story on paper. The lectures in this course gradually build the foundation for a better understanding of memoirs. I provide a summary of what a memoir is, what the key elements of its genre are, and how to incorporate universal and relevant topics into your writing.
As you learn what a memory tree is and how to use it to improve the writing process, you will watch two separate demos of how to create a memory tree. You will see me create a virtual tree from start to finish and connect similar memories. This visual demo will help you get started developing your theme based on your various experiences.
Finally, you are invited to create your own memory tree during the process. When we're done, we'll guide you through the next steps in your journey to telling your story. At the end of the course, you will have a memory tree full of important experiences and will feel more confident to start writing your own memoirs.
Sarah Bradley is a freelance writer, creative teacher, and founder of Pen to Paper Creative Writing Services. For over 10 years, she has written for a variety of print and online media outlets. Since 2012, she has been teaching creatives to teens and adults, encouraging writers of all ages to tell their stories "with pen on paper".
In 2014, Sarah won first place in the Fiction category at the Connecticut Arts Festival, Trumbull. Her novels have been published in Lost Country, The Forge Literary Magazine, and Black Fox Literary Magazine. Her nonfiction about raising a boy with her mother has appeared in Tribe Magazine, Mom dot me, Sammiches & Psych Med, Mommy Nearest, Mothers Always Write, Parent dot co.
In her spare time, Sarah is a baker, homeschooler, and DIY lover. Thanks to her sons, she also knows more about dinosaurs than she thought.
Creating a Memory Tree for Your Memoir Course for
- Anyone who wants to write a memoir but doesn't know how to get started
- Anyone who doesn't know the difference between memoir and autobiography
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