What JR Moehringer’s THE TENDER BAR can teach memoirists about crafting a story that stands the test of time.
Join us on Tuesday, March 5, for this hour-long webinar ( 4pm PT | 5pm MT | 6pm CT | 7pm ET)
- How to tightly weave your themes into every scene of your memoir, and how to use theme as a North Star to guide your story and plot and provide deeper satisfaction for readers.
- How to think about narration—one of the most powerful tools memoirists have that gives readers context and interprets events to give them deeper meaning.
- How to deepen your characters, giving yourself permission to delve into observation and characterization to allow for greater nuance and understanding.
- How to pay attention to and learn to better integrate sensory details and vivid language to elevate your memoir.
LINDA JOY MYERS, PhD, is President of the National Association of Memoir Writers and the author of two award-winning memoirs Song of the Plains and Don’t Call Me Mother. Her three books, The Power of Memoir, Becoming Whole, and Journey of Memoir, guide writers through the stages of creating a powerful, truthful, and universal story.
BROOKE WARNER is Publisher of She Writes Press and President of Warner Coaching Inc, and author of Write On, Sisters! (available for pre-order) Green-Light Your Book, What’s Your Book?and How to Sell Your Memoir. She is committed to the writing process and to helping writers become creative entrepreneurs and thought leaders, a message conveyed in her 2017 TEDx talk, “Green-Light Revolution.”