How NOT to Write a Memoir: Susan Shapiro's Satirical Advice

Susan Shapiro teaches writing. She also gives advice. Since her advice in the online version of The Writer magazine  underscores the premise of this blog–that to be a good memoir writer it helps to read 100 great memoirs–I offer this link to the ten things not to do as a memoir writer.

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About Shirley Hershey Showalter

Author of memoir Blush: A Mennonite Girl Meets a Glittering World. Blogging about Magical Memoir Moments and Jubilación -- vocation in the second half of life.
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