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Whether writing as a gift to yourself or as a legacy to future generations, create a memoir that is uniquely yours through writing exercises and discussion.
Your life is filled with events—from the common to the spectacular—that make up your own unique story. To record the memories of these events, along with your thoughts, feelings and insights about them, is to weave a tapestry imbued with the colors and texture of your personal history. Whether you wish to write as a gift to yourself or as a legacy to future generations, novelist Nancy Geyer assists you in creating a memoir that is uniquely yours. Writing exercises are a vital part of this classroom experience.
Nancy Geyer, M.S., M.A., is a teacher, playwright and novelist who has published two novels, “Flying South” and “Frailties.” Six of her plays have received national recognition. She has taught English at the University of Houston and has also worked as a public relations representative for a major corporation. Ms. Geyer holds a master’s degree in education and a master’s degree in English from The State University of New York.