You are busy caring for your loved one and someone casually offers a little advice: “you need to be writing your caregiving experiences down.”
Have you been there? You would like to tell others your experiences and hopefully be an encouragement. However, right now, daily survival seems to be the key word of the day.
How to Write a Book
Even knowing I was to write a book, I was in awe of the magnitude of the idea. So you are thinking that knowing this was to be, I had this wonderful notebook and pen in my pocket at all times. I would be prepared to keep a running storyline as I lived each day.
No! No! Not! Truthfully, I began jotting notes on the most unbelievable scraps of paper available and tossed them into a bucket. Sometimes, I would write on a paper cup or the back of some important paper. Forming those notes into a book was another project.
Ten Interviews in Ten Days
Recently, I have been interviewed on ten occasions for a Virtual Book Tour. It has been challenging; perhaps some of these interviews may spark your enthusiasm to write a bit of your own story; we learn so much from each other as we share life experiences.
Here is a link to one of the most fun interviews; you will enjoy the creative questions from “Straight From the Author’s Mouth”. Please, jot a note at the end of the article to encourage the interviewer and myself along our paths. Thanks!
Click here for a fun interview: http://straightfromtheauthorsmouth.blogspot.be/2015/05/straight-from-mouth-of-my-mother-my.html
My Mother My Child e-book is now available on Amazon.com.