Write Your Own Biography Workshop with Dr. Victoria Morse

At our March meeting*, author and lecturer Dr. Victoria Morse will present a workshop on how to write your own biography. Attendees will want to bring pen and paper for segments of writing and sharing.

Here’s what Dr. Morse has to say about writing an autobiography:  “Even our fiction writing may include some memory or assorted combined memories that we draw from real life experience. It is well to acknowledge the value of writing one’s memoirs, perhaps during barren pauses when creative juices need a catalyst to be revitalized. By tapping in to reveal some of our past, inextricably we come to know ourselves more intimately. The common theme is to leave something of our life and thoughts for our children and grandchildren who may not know the history of the family tree. More than this, we are honing the writing skills and searching for fresh ways to rediscover our own purpose.”

Dr. Morse teaches classes on writing biographies, and lectures on a variety of topics. She has written The Handbook for Happy Living and Glimpse of Light, among other titles.  Her upcoming class, Write Your Own Biographystarts Monday, March 5 and runs through April 2 at 6:00 p.m. in Redding Library. Sign-ups are taken through Redding Recreation at 225-4095. The cost for five weeks is $31.

We look forward to seeing you at our March meeting!

*Monthly meetings are held on the second Saturday of the month from 10:30 am-12:30 pm in at All Saints Episcopal Church in the Memorial Hall.  Doors open at 10:00am and the meeting begins promptly at 10:30am.  All Saints Episcopal Church is located at 2150 Benton Drive, Redding, CA.  For more details about monthly featured programs and other Writers Forum events, please visit our Calendar Page.

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