10 Ways to Tell if Your Story Should be a Memoir or a Novel [reblog]

10 Ways to Tell if Your Story Should be a Memoir or a Novel
By: | January 23, 2012

You want to write about something that happened to you. You operated an air charter service in the scorched red Australian outback, or your whole family drank excessively, or you were on an ordinary walk with your husband when he was killed midsentence by a runaway van that drove a parking meter into his head. Should you write about your experience strictly as a memoir, or use the story as the basis for a novel? Perhaps you’ve been puzzling over this question.

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Just wanted to share this incredible article with anyone writing a memoir or fictional memoir in this year’s NANOWRIMO.

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