Patricia Hampl is an American memoirist” In describing memoir she calls it “A single voice singing its aria in a corner of the crowded world.”
It is so true. We each have our stories. Those of us who write memoirs are trying to make music. That’s what we are after. We want to engage your imagination, your fascination, your sense of humor, your childlike wonder in listening to a story.
It is singular. We each have our unique stories in time and place. At our best memoirists touch the reader deeply. When that happens we are singing a beautiful aria.
H. Robert Rubin, a best-selling, Amazon writer and author of Look Backward Angel, How Did I Get Through This? Please Save the Third Dance for Me (memoirs) and The Bloom is on the Rose (novelette), all available on Amazon.