Author Vivian Kline Conducts Talks on Memoirs Based on her Romance Novel

Romance novel author, Vivian Kline is conducting a small series of speaking engagements on the topic of writing memoirs. Speaking on her book, “Love in the ‘40’s, When Mail Came Twice a Day” Vivian recently spoke with members of the Llnafair Retirement Home, and is scheduled soon to speak at First Church, Evergreen and Twin Lakes in the near future.

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You make me think that there is a story of how my grandparents came to this country and I will try writing about that for my grandkids to read.

(PRWEB) May 07, 2013

Romance novel author, Vivian Kline, is now conducting a series of speaking engagements to share not only her story in her latest novel, but to also discuss the processes of writing a memoir.

Her latest book, about the letters she wrote to an older man at Columbia, who was eighty miles away at the time, was her first real memoir about her real life love story. She was a nineteen year old sophomore, while he was a twenty six year old PhD student at Columbia University.

In the book, Vivian recalls her life in the 1940’s at Vassar when it was still an all girl’s college and what it was like to live in a world at war.

Through the bundles of letters that Vivian saved that documents her love story between her and Danny during her time at Vassar, she is now able to reminisce about her days as a young woman in love.

Her talks will discuss the importance of writing and remembering memories as every person has a story to tell, and to be passed down to the next generation.

"You make me think that there is a story of how my grandparents came to this country and I will try writing about that for my grandkids to read," said an enthusiastic participant at one of her speaking engagements.

For those who are interested in reading Vivian’s book, it is now available on Amazon and on Kindle.

About Vivian:
Vivian B. Kline, author of three books, is also a mother of three and grandmother of six. She moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, where she has become a professional artist-craftsman and organizer. Described once as a “self-starter,” she has enjoyed the variety of her interests and hopes to continue beyond her eighty-seven years. For more information about Vivian, please visit http://www.viviankline.com.


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