Category: Memoir writing

WERE YOU ABUSED? – Getting to Know Chuck Jackson

Reblog and featuring

  Today I’m sharing an important post from memoir writer/blogger/author Chuck Jackson, writing on the subject of child abuse.   Abuse comes in many forms  -physical, mental, and emotional, and it’s important to keep talking about it and sharing informative articles on the subject to create awareness and offer hope to those who have and […]

Sunday Book Review – Words We Carry – Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem/D.G. Kaye

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Last week I ran a book promotion on my book, Words We Carry. I found out that author, Luna Saint Claire had not only taken advantage of the free copy I offered for download, but read it quickly and posted an inspirational review within the same week.  Thank you Luna for taking in the heart […]

Guest Author with a New Book – Lynette Davis – Even Rain is Just Water – Memoir

New book feature

  Today I’m delighted to feature fellow memoir writer and friend, Lynette Davis here with her debut book, her memoir, Even Rain is Just Water – A Memoir of redemption, rejection and revelation.  I endorsed Lynette’s book and I can tell you that it is a heart-wrenching read. Lynette’s story about growing up with an emotionally […]

#ExcerptWeek – Words We Carry by D. G. Kaye | The Write Stuff

Reblog and share

  It’s #ExcerptWeek again over at author/blogger Marcia Meara’s blog – The Write Stuff.   Marcia is a generous supporter of the work of other writers and authors, willing to share her blog as a platform for us to share our work. Once or twice a year she invites authors to submit an excerpt from their […]

Sunday Book Review – New Reviews – Books by D.G. Kaye

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today’s Sunday book review is a little different. Since I’m not quite finished my latest read I thought I’d share a few new reviews I stumbled across on Amazon while visiting my book pages.   I was looking at one of my book’s pages on Amazon, intending to copy over one of the reviews […]

The Story of My Life – Writing Prompts – Memoir- 10 Things that Sparked Childhood Creativity

Writing Prompts

    Last week I had to go downtown for a doctor’s appointment. After my appointment, instead of heading back home on the subway, I decided to walk a few blocks to our huge shopping center downtown, the Eaton Center. I thought I’d grab myself a latte and have a wander into one of our […]

Guest Featured Author – John Maberry – The Fountain

Featured author of the week

  Today I’m thrilled to have over a dear friend and prolific writer, blogger, and author John Maberry, to talk about his writing and his newest book – The Fountain – Karma Can be Painful. Seven short stories in fantasy and Sci-Fi genres to captivate your imagination.     John is also the author of […]

#BookReview – P.S. I Forgive You – A Broken Legacy by D.G. Kaye #Memoir #Narcissism | deborahjay

D.G. Kaye's books reviewed

I was pleasantly surprised to find that friend and author Deborah Jay had read my latest book, P.S. I Forgive You. But I was more touched by the heartfelt review she wrote for the book.   Deb’s review taught me that my story not only resonates with readers who have and are living similar situations […]

Sunday Book Review – The Art of Memoir by Mary Karr

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

I recently read Mary Karr’s – The Art of Memoir and today I’m sharing my review on the book from my perspective as a memoir writer. Although it wasn’t one of my favorite reads on the topic it certainly has its merits.     Blurb: Credited with sparking the current memoir explosion, Mary Karr’s The Liars’ […]

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