The Road to Remembering

The Road to Remembering: How Do You Recall Accurate Memories for Your Memoir by Mary Carroll Moore- author, artist and teacher. My writing is fictional history based upon research of my family beginning the mid 1860s. It’s not actually memoir, but memories, places and events play a huge role in the story line. Books threeContinue reading “The Road to Remembering”

Memoir’s Primary Argument: Making Sure Your Memoir is Universal, Not Just Personl

Memoir’s Primary Argument: Making Sure Your Memoir is Universal, Not Just Personal a blog by author, artist and teacher, Mary Carroll Moore I’ve always loved this quote by Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild: “The most powerful strand in memoir is not expressing your originality. It’s tapping in to your universality.” That’s confused a lot ofContinue reading “Memoir’s Primary Argument: Making Sure Your Memoir is Universal, Not Just Personl”