Memories, moments, scenes, nothing longer than a few pages, some only a line or two.
These bits and pieces kept flying out of me, and I kept writing them down.
~Abigail Thomas, author of Thinking About Memoir
With most projects, I find that breaking them down into small specific pieces makes for greater success, and writing is no exception. To tell your big life story, you have to tell many smaller stories – and going small requires an emphasis on good storytelling which will make you a better writer.
So what are some good storytelling traits, you ask? Pick a scene you want to write, and try using these tips … finish reading this guest post at Tools & Tactics for Writers.