Welcome to week three of our Memoir Soiree! If you follow us on social media, you’ve been seeing our prompts all week. Here’s a roundup of the third week’s prompts.

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We hope your memoir project is just swimmingly, darling.

If you’re telling a unique story and would like a personalized prompt list (i.e. for military service, immigrant families, or religious oriented stories), drop us a line in the comments and let us know what you’d like to see! We’ll be offering unique memoir packages later this year.

Week 3 Prompts

  1. What do you want your obituary to say?
  2. What is the biggest sacrifice you ever made?
  3. Have you ever felt like a hero?
  4. What’s your most embarrassing moment?
  5. What’s a habit you have that no one knows about?
  6. If you could preserve one memory perfectly, what would it be?
  7. When did you feel most alone? Most loved?


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