It’s the indie author’s choice whether or not to conform with genre expectations – do you? should you? First case study in a new series here focuses on memoir.
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Thinking of writing a memoir? Get off to a great start by reading Dawn Brookes case study, to help you learn from her experience and avoid her mistakes!
A moving case study of how artist and author Katharine Smith-Warren developed her unique memoir of bereavement, self-published to help others like her.
Ever moved house, region, country, continent? All good fodder for a self-published memoir – and Jean Gill, relocated from Wales to France, tells you how to write one.
Ever fancied writing a memoir – or been asked to ghostwrite someone else’s? Then read Belinda Pollard ‘s top tips.
Helena Halme, Finnish author of three self-published novels, offers excellent advice on how to turn fact into fiction effectively, drawing on her own experience of writing The Englishman.