Write Your Memoirs for Your Kids

 Family ProtraitHave you ever heard someone say “I sure wish I had asked Mom…” or maybe it’s Dad, but either way, it’s too late for that person to go back and ask. Maybe you’ve even said it yourself. That’s just one good reason to write your memoirs… for your kids! So they never have to regret not asking or not remembering something you told them.

You don’t have to have the kind of stories that make for a best-seller to write your memoirs. All you need are some of the facts of your existence, sprinkled with the stories that have stayed in your memory through the years. As a bonus, you can include some of your private thoughts, emotions and commentary about people and events, and of course, a few photos.

Could there be a better gift to your children? Writing your memoirs doesn’t have to take endless hours. You can do it by spending a few minutes everyday or a few hours on weekends. It doesn’t need to be perfect.

So how do you know if you can do this? Enter your email address below and I’ll send you 25 questions that should jar a few memories loose.

 PS. If you’re ready to just get started, you might want to start with my Get it Done! Memoir Workbook with basic information on everything from writing to publishing. It also has hundreds of questions to help trigger those memories!


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Write Your Memoirs for Your Kids was last modified: February 1st, 2016 by Val Brennan
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