Lesson 3:

Take a few minutes to write a one-line summary of your memoir. If you’re still not sure of the focus, you might try several options.
Don’t let this exercise limit you. As you continue with this course, your concept of your memoir might change and improve. That’s great! Keep updating your one-line summary to reflect the changes.

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About GMoniz

I'm a 70 yr old beginner. I was a secretary for 43 years, so I feel comfortable with a keyboard. I've had a life filled with bumpy roads, but I've also experienced a lot of love and fun along the way. You've got to have a sense of humour to get you through the dark times. Over the past few years, I've started to write, and I find an escape to "the zone" (somewhat the same as I used to experience when painting.) I'm interested now in writing my memoirs, so I've decided to take this course. It will be interesting to see the writing of others in the process and I'm looking forward to it.
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