Is It Okay to Begin Writing a Memoir and Then Turn it Into a Novel? - Sometimes the story we begin writing outgrows the boundaries of memoir
Tag Archive: Lisa Dale Norton
Lisa Dale Norton - Thinking About Truth and Your Family When Writing Memoir
Lisa Dale Norton - In Today’s Frenetic World, What Are the Memoirist’s Biggest Challenges
Lisa Dale Norton - Why Do People Read Memoir, and What Are They Hoping to Find There?
Lisa Dale Norton - Memoir, Biography, Narrative Nonfiction—How Are They Different
Lisa Dale Norton - All sorts of tales can lead to story sag . . .
Lisa Dale Norton on Memoir and Pain - Is memoir always about someone's deep and unconscious pain?
How to Avoid Mid-story Memoir Sag - You are in good company if you are battling mid-story sag. Nearly all memoir writers hit a point where they sit up one day and say: What is this thing about?
Why a Story Question is Essential in Memoir, Lisa Dale Norton - In today’s marketplace, a memoir that attracts the attention of an agent and editor, pursues some kind of story question.
Writing Insights, Lisa Dale Norton - September is America’s traditional back-to-school month, and with it come renewed desires to finish that memoir you’ve been working on.