Welcome to the final week 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 has been a wonderful experience for you. Your story matters.

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 4 Prompts (days 23-30)

  1. What has been the greatest challenge of your life?
  2. Who do you wish you could see again?
  3. What word or trait do you want people to associate with you?
  4. Who has been the most important person in your life?
  5. How has your life been different than what you’d imagined?
  6. What wisdom would you give to your great-grandchildren?
  7. How would you like to be remembered?
  8. What’s a funny story about you?


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