Get a head start on your life story in this crash-course on autobiography writing with a personal historian.
- Natalie Millman is a personal historian trained in teaching autobiography writing
- Work with Natalie to develop your personal story and begin to see it take shape on paper
- Gain the tools you need to write, edit and publish a lasting personal legacy
Writing your autobiography is one of the most meaningful tasks you can accomplish. But it's not as easy as putting a pen to paper. Learn where to start, what questions to answer and what to do with the finished product in this unique workshop where you’ll get a taste of autobiography writing. This is perfect for beginning to intermediate writers who are curious about writing their autobiography, but have yet to begin. Leave with a rough outline, several inspiring questions and writing exercises and plenty of resources to assist you in the process of writing, editing and self-publishing.
Natalie Millman is trained as a Guided Autobiography Instructor by the Birren Center for Guided Autobiography and Life Review. She began working with autobiographical content when she was in High School in California. Her first project was documenting her grandfather's experience in the Korean War. Since then, she has dedicated much of her life to developing her skills as a personal historian.
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Natalie Millman is a practicing personal historian and a Guided Autobiography Instructor trained by the Birren Center for Guided Autobiography and Life Review. She was first inspired by autobiographical content during a High School project about her grandfather's experience in the Korean War....More about this host