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  • Ever worried when writing about family? Ever wanted to "do something" with all those family letters...
Ever worried when writing about family? Ever wanted to "do something" with all those family letters & documents?
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Annette Gendler
July 2013
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Annette Gendler
July 2013

Veteran memoir writer Rebecca McClanahan did just that! See my

Interview with Rebecca McClanahan at the Washington Independent Review of Books!

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  • Kate Powell

    Yes Yes Yes.  I am about to self-publish a book on the death of my former husband, and I am in a quandary writing about his grown kids.  I think that writing in my own name now, and using their initials may help for casual queries into who they are.  It might embarrass them, but it is good stuff, and frankly, could be helpful words, and is not just gossip.  It has a strong point and lesson for people in crisis.