How do successful memoirists deal with exposure?
Best-selling author Roxane Gay wrote Hunger, including a traumatic, pivotal, revealing truth she’d kept secret from her parents until publication.
In The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls recounted her unconventional youth living with two eccentric and dysfunctional parents. Wells includes a hard-to-shake image of happening upon her mother dumpster-diving while she watches through a taxi cab window on a busy New York street, herself coiffed and dressed for her job at a prominent publishing company. The dumpster scene was a stunning hook to start a memoir that would touch millions.
You can do it too.
Learn tested methods to manage self-exposure and exposure of others as you write your important story. Find out what successful memoirists have done to overcome fear of exposure and protect the privacy of others included in their story. Get the facts about the legalities of including people in your memoir and tips on how to make it work well for everyone.
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