MemoirMemoir SHOWCASE
Writing a memoir involves reflecting on our past and the memories that made us who we are today. Memoir relates vignettes that capture our memory of a specific relationship, time, place or recurring practice (like a hobby or profession), unlike memoirs which deal with an entire life, akin to autobiography.  This section contains short memoir pieces by our member authors; some are excerpts from a longer work and some are vignettes. All stand alone and express the member’s feelings abut the author’s memoir theme. If memoir writing interests you, reading these personal anecdotes may inspire you with ideas about how to write a memoir.

 

Article-IconMy Grandmother’s Ten Commandments| Read More…
by Carole Wagener

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Enchanted Evening| Read More…
by Sue Andrews

Blown Away Down Under| Read More…
by Carol Celeste

Kudos for Doodle, Fran, and Stevie| Read More…
by Donna McCrohan Rosenthal

Thankful Every Day| Read More…
by Joan Raymond

The Girl in the Flowered Dress| Read More…
by Sue Andrews

It Must Have Been a Happy New Year’s Eve| Read More…
by Barbra Badger

SCUBA Belize, May 29, 2011| Read More…
by Casey Wilson

Pay It Forward | Read More…
by Daniel Stallings

Off to College | Read More…
by Annis Cassells

A Writer’s (Very Exciting) Journey | Read More…
by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

 

 

 






 

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