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Dealing with family while writing your memoir

“Now it was time to stop the dance I had started . . .” For several years, Kathy Pooler has been sharing her memoir writing experiences on the Memoir Writer’s Journey blog. She is now celebrating the recent publication of Ever … Continue reading

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Breaking the Code: A father-daughter memoir of WWII

Karen Fisher-Alaniz discovered a secret. On her father’s 81st birthday, he handed her a stack of letters he had written to his parents when he served in WWII. She had heard some old war stories, but they didn’t explain why … Continue reading

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WWII History: A China-Burma-India forgotten theatre memoir

Genealogy and discovering house histories are Kim Wolterman’s forte, but recently she published a book about her father’s experiences in the China-Burma-India theatre of WWII. From Buckeye to GI: Leroy C. Kubler, The War Years 1942-1945, was released in time … Continue reading

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