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How to Publish Your Memoir

Congratulations on completing your memoir! It’s an incredible achievement, and you should be proud of reaching this milestone. However, the journey to publishing your memoir can seem daunting with so many questions and uncertainties. Fear not! In this article, I’ll

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How to Talk to Family About Your Memoir

Writing a memoir is a deeply personal journey, one that often involves revisiting pivotal moments and sharing intimate details of one’s life. While this process can be cathartic and empowering, it also presents unique challenges, particularly when it comes to

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Should You Write Your Memoir as Fiction

Lately, I’ve been getting a recurring question popping up more frequently than ever before: “Is it okay to write my memoir as fiction?” It’s a valid concern, and there are a lot of factors to consider when making this decision.

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Using Your Book To Fight For Change

Page & Podium’s newest author, Wendy Davis, knows all about this. Her memoir The Fight You Don’t See, due for release on March 19, 2024, tackles the powers that block women from making a difference in politics, in religious organizations,

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Are You Afraid of Ghosts?

I love a good ghost story, and yes, I’m being punny here. I’m talking today about ghostwriters. I speak to many aspiring first-time authors, and so many people could boost their book if they worked with a ghostwriter, either in

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