I want to write a autobiography book! The book will be about My daughters life, from birth to the time of her death the book will be about her life, what she accomplished in her short life, her talents, her challenges she faced in life.
The book will be for her daughter who was 2 years old when her Mother died, I want to tell her a story of her mother, The true
story...The book will be based on a real Story..writen by Brittanys Mother Diane....this will be my rough draft, I need to organize the events, I have never attempted to do this I need some help...I do not know if I will in clude pictures, I have a need to do this
for my grand daughter. I have to get it proof read, I know, I have to use punctuation in the right place...I need to know when I should start a new paragraph, organization is going to be a little difficult, I think, I write chapte1first, but one thing is If I shoud write her biography first, or last..and than just put it all together at the end...The purpose and motivation in writing this book, is to bring to surface the life of my daughter until she died, this book has to be perfect, for my grand daughter to get a good feel for her mother, I want her to know that her mother Brittany, had challenges, but over came them, I want my grand daughter to know that her mother loved [url removed, login to view] will never know her mother, only from this book...there will be some negative parts in this book, but i will emphasized on how her mother over came them, what she did to over come her challenges. I will cry, when i go back memory lane, but this book is for her...The book will be about her death, how it happen, from my side of the story, not from strangers, the information will be facts...I want to finish this book in 6 months....so I got to start now.
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I am a developmental psychologist & well published author of popular psychology books of NY publishers. I've also ghostwritten several biographies. You can check me out on amazon if you wish. Sharon Heller, PhD