I came across a brochure advertising a writing seminar to be led by Cheryl Strand who will forever look like Reese Witherspoon in my head.
In her book Thinking About Memoir, Abigail Thomas reminds us: “Details. Specifics. Eliminate all abstract nouns.” Of course, this rule holds true for writing fiction as much as memoir. Whatever you write, use specific details to craft a full, believable world.
In order for your memoir to be successful, for your readers as well as yourself, it needs to be as honest and open as possible.
Welcome to the weekly Indie Fantasy Author Spotlight. Today we feature Nancy Jane Moore, author of Flashes of Illumination. Thanks for stopping by, Nany! I enjoyed your interview! ^*^ Beth: What got you into...