Are you unsure where to start?
Do you feel overwhelmed about where to begin?
Or maybe you've begun writing, but feel stuck?
I've been there! Let me partner with you in the unique journey of memoir writing.
I've now published three books but it wasn't until I was nearly forty years old that my first one (a cookbook) was published. My memoir Float Onis my most recent release and it was by far the hardest one to write. But completing it was one of the most satisfying experiences I've ever had.
Let me share what I've learned to make it easier for you! This is the class I wish I had taken when I was thinking about writing my memoir.
1) Why your story matters.
2) Working with your fears.
3) How to get to the finish line.
4) Deciding which life events to choose.
5) Narrowing your focus.
6) Self care for the memoir writer.
Watching the videos and completing the homework will enable you to remove the roadblocks that you have inadvertently set up to write your memoir. You will finish with a concrete plan to complete your project.
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TWO BONUS TEACHINGS!
7) Dealing with your worst critic: yourself
8) Sharing your work: dos and don'ts.
If you are ready to jump in to tell your story, let's do this together!
"I have learned a lot from you as a teacher, as a writer, as an artist, and as a human being." — Minyoung K., Memoir Writing Student
"You are such a good teacher. What you are doing is just right. Thanks for being incredible." — Annie S., Memoir Writing Student
"It's been a honor to meet you and learn from you." — Stephanie T., Memoir Writing Student
"Molly is a knowledgeable and personable teacher. She facilitates her groups/classes in a way that makes it comfortable and safe for all to share and be heard. I received valuable feedback from Molly on my work — I credit her feedback with helping me get more than one of my pieces published. You won’t be sorry you chose to work with her!" — Amy E., Memoir Writing Student
"I had the opportunity to hear Molly speak at the Kansas Authors Workshop this past weekend at the Topeka Library. She experienced a great deal early in her life and she took time to share painful experiences in her book Float On. I just finished reading it. Molly's life experiences truly made her a strong woman to be admired. I encourage you to read her books. :)" — Juliet H., Memoir Writing Student