How to Write Your Healing Story
Linda Joy Myers, Ph. D.
978-0-470-50836-7 | Paperback | 272 pp. | $16.95
Linda Joy Myers, Ph.D., is president of the National Association of Memoir Writers and a practicing psychotherapist. She is the author of Don’t Call Me Mother: Breaking the Chain of Mother-Daughter Abandonment, which won the Gold Medal Award from the Bay Area Independent Publishing Association in 2007.
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“With a gentle spirit and a clear voice, Linda Joy Myers creates a safe place for writers. With her eight-step program, Myers guides writers through the dark places of the heart, to ultimately arrive at a place of power and grace.”—Sue William Silverman, author, Fearless Confessions: A Writer’s Guide to Memoir and Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You
“Myers makes a compelling case for the power of words as a form of healing and growth.”—James W. Pennebaker, Ph.D., professor of psychology, University of Texas at Austin, and author, Opening Up and Writing To Heal
“A powerful and unique writing guide—one that will lead any writer straight to the heart of their richest material, help them heal, and then teach them how to shape it into literature. Destined to become a classic!”—Jordan E. Rosenfeld, contributing editor, Writer’s Digest magazine, and author, Make a Scene: Crafting a Powerful Story One Scene at a Time
“This material is found nowhere else.”—Sharon Lippincott, M.A., author, The Heart and Craft of Story Writing