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A picture paints a thousand words – a memoir of travel and art

Memories can be captured in art as well as words. Sophie Binder is a freelance designer/illustrator who left her job and home in St. Louis, Missouri, to go on a solo bicycle trip around the world. Fourteen months and 14,000 … Continue reading

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Writing about your roots: family history and life writing

Writing and publishing my mother’s memoir, Cherry Blossoms in Twilight, was perhaps the most brilliant idea I’ve ever had. Especially now that she’s gone, my sister and I really appreciate having a written record of her life story and knowing … Continue reading

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Creating real memoir books with Lulu

A couple mothers I know received beautiful gifts of memories for Mothers Day. The memoir books I’ve been working on arrived in the mail this week from Lulu.com. Kate’s bittersweet memories from childhood, including being orphaned at age 13 and … Continue reading

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