How often have you thought, “I have a story to tell, if only I had the (time, talent, ambition) to get it down”?

Well, now you can!  In my colorful and engaging talk and Power Point presentation, I illustrate how to transform your memories into a page-turning and publishable memoir, voice recording, or  journal.

As someone who has done hundreds author visits and workshops for children and adults, I offer an inspiring and entertaining program, one that will make your fingers itching to start writing, and give you the tools and knowledge to begin.

My hour-long presentation begins with reading an excerpt from my memoir,

An Incredible Talent For Existing:  A Writer’s Story. You can read the first chapter here.

Put on your mental PJs and relax!

The Power Point program begins with my own vividly illustrated story, then moves on to demonstrate how wrote my memoir, while also publishing thirty children books.  I illustrate strategies for writing your own story – what to put in, what to leave out, and how to avoid common distractions.

I complete my program with a Q&A session– so bring your most difficult, unanswerable questions and I will do my best to answer them.

I also often an optional one-hour writing workshop, following the presentation.

Delicious Distractions

Writing my memoir taught me everything I know about writing, and almost everything I know about life.  It’s given me insight, comfort, laughter, and the joy (and hard work) of self-expression.  I am excited to share these things with you.

To schedule a presentation, or for further questions, email pamelajane [at] pamelajane.com

“An Incredible Talent for Existing [is] both social commentary and entertainment. You’ll get the “entertainment” part when you see that this excerpt: There’s A Peanut In My Ear!”

ALSO OF INTEREST:

Why Write a Memoir?

Read Reviews of Pamela’s new memoir.

Pamela Jane’s Children’s Books

   Giving Up is Not an Option (Parent Co.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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