The Plot of Your Life

I reblogged “The Plot of Your Life” because I found it loaded with intangibles yet universal in theme for memoir writers. Memoir writers have accumulated details of their lives that form experiences where a writer can only hope a plot is revealed. And this is where I struggle, straying from my theme.

I am motivated to keep developing “Under the Birch Tree,” to make sense of my experiences through words. Most times I just don’t see the sense maybe because I’m looking too hard and I’m expecting a grandiose revelation.  But I, too, will keep thinking about the events and experiences as my plot.

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