WriteMyMemoirs Would Love Your Feedback!

WriteMyMemoirs Would Love Your Feedback!
As all of you are busy actually writing your memoirs, we want to address any any way that we can help you. Of course, our tech pros are always standing by if you’re having any technical problems, but we also have professional writers who can respond to questions about grammar, structure and research. Even though you can find motivational pieces right on the website, we’ll be happy to “light a fire under you??? if your energy begins to fade. If writing your autobiography is your New Year’s Resolution, for example, the end of January often is about the time that resolutions fall to the wayside. We don’t want that to happen!
You can respond to the blog here, but also please find WriteMyMemoirs on Facebook and Twitter. We would like to start a meaty conversation! While there are lots of grammar sites on Facebook, many of them dissolve into name-calling or pointless discussions about obscure grammar issues that are more a matter of preference. Our language experts will stay on task to provide educated advice about your writing. Further, we monitor our page so that nothing abusive is permitted to remain on it, and remember—there are no stupid questions!
Twitter is even more direct. If you tweet us a question, we can get back to you promptly with a response. It’s like having your English teacher looking over your shoulder!

As all of you are busy actually writing your memoirs, we want to address your questions and any way that we can help you. Of course, our tech pros are always standing by if you’re having any technical problems, but we also have professional writers who can respond to questions about grammar, structure and research. Even though you can find motivational pieces right on the website, we’ll be happy to “light a fire under you??? if your energy begins to fade. If writing your autobiography is your New Year’s Resolution, for example, the end of January often is about the time that resolutions fall to the wayside. We don’t want that to happen!

You can respond to the blog here, but also please find WriteMyMemoirs on Facebook and Twitter. We would like to start a meaty conversation! While there are lots of grammar sites on Facebook, many of them dissolve into name-calling or pointless discussions about obscure grammar issues that are more a matter of preference. Our language experts will stay on task to provide educated advice about your writing. Further, we monitor our page so that nothing abusive is permitted to remain on it, and remember—there are no stupid questions!

Twitter is even more direct. If you tweet us a question, we can get back to you promptly with a response. It’s like having your English teacher looking over your shoulder!