Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Write Your Memoirs and Share Your Story

Delores L. Davis, a retired medical social worker, creator of several family books, and instructor of the "Writing Your Life Stories" class at SeniorNet of Puget Sound, will share reasons to record your life story, how to get started, tips for staying on track, ideas for making your story come alive, and what you can do with your writings when you are finished. Also, 94-year-old Don Donaldson will share his experiences writing and publishing his memoir, What's In a Name. The Washington Talking Book and Braille Library recently made an audiorecording of Mr. Donaldson's book about his experiences being blinded in a childhood accident, having his vision surgically restored while in college, and then serving for 20 years as the principal of the Washington State School for the Blind. Organized by the Washington Talking Book and Braille Library. (26.3 MB file; playback time of 76 minutes)


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