WRITE YOUR MEMORIES INTO LIFE STORIES – Zoom Only by Glenda Beall
Learn how to entertain your readers with true stories about your life, your family, your hardships, and your happy times. Leave a legacy for generations to come. Each of us has a story, but we need to write it in a way that is entertaining as well as informative. We don't want our book placed high on a shelf and forgotten. What can we include in our stories? Pictures, recipes, documents such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, diplomas, and newspaper clippings. Documents often trigger memories we want to write about. What have you done with your one unique life? Write about your memorable experiences.
Glenda Council Beall is from southwest Georgia where she grew up on a family farm. She published a family history book in 1998 about her grandfather Charles Thomas Council and his descendants. She writes poetry and published a poetry book in 2009. Her latest publication was a collection of poetry and stories, truth and Fiction, co-authored with Estelle Rice. Paws, Claws, Hooves, Feathers and Fins, is filled with characters who are four-legged and often furry.
She has taught writing at the John C. Campbell Folk School, Tri-County Community College, ICL and at her studio, Writers Circle around the Table. Her classes are informal and she gives each student individual attention. Learn more about Glenda Beall at her website. www.glendacouncilbeall.com