Episode #27 – “Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

I certainly love and respect books and all the wonderful stories they contain.

As usual, on each third Thursday, I enjoy recommending memoirs for your reading pleasure.

I often say there are as many different ways to write life stories as there are people to write them.

The book we are going to look at today is a most unusual memoir, Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life by Amy Krouse Rosenthal.

Watch the video to see just how unique it is.

What unique memoir or life story have you read? What made it unusual? Have you thought of uncommon ways to write your life stories? Tell us about them in the comments section below.

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Remember always: The only way to do this wrong is to not do it at all!

Until next time, happy writing!

Please note: All grammatical and typographical errors have been put in this article for your enjoyment in finding them.

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Holly Martinez
1 year ago

You ask, how to write an unusual writing.

Well, my life is the most unusual life I have ever heard and I just need to get the words on paper into a manuscript/book. I need help getting the words on paper.

Sandra Cifelli
1 year ago
Reply to  Holly Martinez

I hear you Holly. You helped me so much to get my thoughts together. It isn’t finished yet but you gave my help when I just needed to vent.Sandra

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