Keeping Spirits Alive Now & into the Future – The Bookcast Interview with Lynn Cook Henriksen, Award-Winning Author of “TellTale Souls Writing Mother Memoir” Now Airing

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Author Lynn Cook Henriksen, aka The Story Woman, is answering questions on The Bookcast not only about the innovative, five-step “TellTale Souls Method” on the art and craft of writing memoir, but also why it’s important to take time today to write a bio-vignette about a significant mother figure to keep alive her character and spirit now and into the future. Intimate stories, “Mother Memoirs,” about all kinds of mothers from all sorts of places link our spirits and provide a higher level of understanding springing from the essence of the female soul. 40 such stories, written by “TellTale Souls,” are woven throughout the thought-provoking prompts and inspiring exercises in the award-winning “TellTale Souls Writing the Mother Memoir: How to Tap Memory and Write Your Story Capturing Character & Spirit.”

Lynn Cook Henriksen

Intimate stories, Mother Memoirs, about all kinds of mothers from all sorts of places link our spirits and provide a higher level of understanding springing from the essence of the female soul.

Author Lynn Cook Henriksen, aka The Story Woman, is answering questions on The Bookcast not only about the innovative, five-step “TellTale Souls Method” on the art and craft of writing memoir, but also why it’s important to take time today to write a bio-vignette about a significant mother figure to keep alive her character and spirit now and into the future. Intimate stories, “Mother Memoirs,” about all kinds of mothers from all sorts of places link our spirits and provide a higher level of understanding springing from the essence of the female soul. 40 such stories, written by “TellTale Souls,” are woven throughout the thought-provoking prompts and inspiring exercises in the award-winning “TellTale Souls Writing the Mother Memoir: How to Tap Memory and Write Your Story Capturing Character & Spirit.”

During The Bookcast author interview, conducted by veteran interviewer Bill Thompson, Henriksen introduces a method for writing memoir with a distinct and refreshing difference, adding new twists that invite readers and writers into a spirited and soulful world, because she knows tapping memory and learning to write with honesty about intimate, often trying, relationships is the most valuable form of writing. She will reveal how the book takes readers on a journey through emotional terrain to access the deepest spiritual truths of intimate relationships while learining to write short, true stories (bio-vignettes, a term she coined). It’s a gift to writers and would-be writers. The significance of “Keeping Spirits Alive” through writing the Mother Memoir has the power to move people and change awareness.

Book Review: “’Tell Tale Souls Writing the Mother Memoir’” is a gentle guide that invites you to explore the terrain of mother-child relationships, a journey of wisdom, courage, and heart. In every chapter you’ll discover tips and techniques that invite you to breathe life into stories about your mother and times gone by. This book is a true memoir writer’s companion.” —Linda Joy Myers, Ph.D., author of "The Power of Memoir, How to Write Your Healing Story"

Lynn Cook Henriksen, aka The Story Woman, is the founder of “TellTale Souls,” an enterprise promoting writing memoir creatively through workshops, story salons, speaking presentations, and her new award-winning guidebook, "TellTale Souls Writing the Mother Memoir: How to Tap Memory and Write Your Story Capturing Character & Spirit." The book demystifies the writing process for people new to writing, and professional authors will encounter abundant food for thought and innovative techniques to get their creative juices flowing. As an intuitive leader, Henriksen discovered a profound way to keep spirits alive after witnessing Alzheimer’s disease ravage her mother’s mind. She has helped hundreds of daughters and sons capture in brief memoirs the memories and feeling they never thought they could record.

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Lynn Henriksen, Public Relations
TellTale Souls/The Story Woman
(415) 435.6000
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http://www.telltalesouls.com
http://www.telltalesouls.com/blog/
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