Are you interested in writing episodes of your life? Working on a memoir? Personal narratives?
You must be willing to be honest. What do you owe the other people in your life who will make appearances in your scenes?
At the moment, I’m writing about how my life intersects with others. As I read my aunt’s diary for research, one line changes everything.
Do I include this in my story? If I do, it alters perceptions.
I pause. It is true the people in my narrative have passed on. But I do not want to cause hurt to anyone on this side or the other.
Yes, it is important to the storyline.
We must choose our words carefully in our daily life and in our writing.
Crash! A dove has just flown into my office window. The universe has sent me a message.
Choose a moment from your life that has emotional meaning for you. It can be funny or sad, small or large. Write the scene using sensory description, dialogue, setting and your feelings. Set it aside for a few days and then come back to it. Can you recall any other details you may have left out that are important to the story? Do you have a journal you can check which may refresh your memory? Anyone that was there who might provide insights to the moment in time?
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