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Everyone has a story to tell, but recording those stories for future generations can
be a daunting task. What should you share? How much should you write? How can you
clear the fog from memories made long ago?
Sunny Jane Morton, author of My
Life & Times: A Guided Journal For Collecting Your Stories, answered these
and more questions in last week’s free webinar Start
Writing Your Life Stories.
One idea that struck me right at the beginning is to imagine that a biography has
been written about your life. When you look at the book jacket, what does it say?
What main theme of your life, setting and colorful characters does it mention. “In
the broadest sense, that book jacket is your story,” Morton says. “Everyday life is
found in the chapters inside.”