Featured NAMW Member – Jennifer Peacock-Smith

BOOK Synopsis: “It’s Mah Eeds – Finding My Voice in the Invisible World of Chronic Illness” (pronounced like needs but without the n) A compilation of real-life essays and stories which build...

Labor Day and Back to School Sale

It’s time to celebrate Labor Day and  Back to School here at NAMW! From September 1 through September 3, 2018 at midnight,  The National Association of Memoir Writers is offering $20 off the cost of...

Featured NAMW Member – Barbie Beaton

Her memoir tells the story of breaking free from the most difficult trap to escape: family. As a girl, Barbie’s world was charged with rivalry between her two sisters for attention from parents too...

Featured NAMW Member – Jing Li

I lived to tell my resilient surviving life story, from China’s Red Stone Bridge to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. I was born into China’s second class masses of peasantry after miraculously...

Featured NAMW Member – Charisse Dahlke

Charisse always felt like she was born into the wrong family and at fourteen finds out that she has a different father than her four sisters. In order to break the dysfunctional cycle, Charisse...

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Myers makes a compelling case for the power of words as a form of healing and growth.

James W. Pennebaker, Ph.D. professor of psychology, The University of Texas at Austin and author, Opening Up and Writing To Heal September 9, 2014

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