Guest Post: Memoir for the Masses (via The Literary Lollipop)

To remind us all of what matters when writing a book.

 

Written by Daniel McDermott

People often ask me if I’ve led an interesting life, random people: the security guard at work, a nosey pizza delivery guy with too much time on his hands and too much gel in his hair, a shawl-wearing librarian with plate-sized glasses and grape-scented whispers, or that scotch-drinking, jewelry-studded guy at O’Shea’s Pub last Thursday, the one with the hairy arms, Caribbean tan, and 80’s-style windbreaker. “What make … Read More

via The Literary Lollipop

 

Whether my book is read by 7 people or 700,000 remains to be seen, as does the promptness of my utility bill payment, but in the hands of the right author, an author equipped with the proper skill and psychological intention, any life can be transformed into literature.

About the Author:

Daniel McDermott is just about finished with the fifth and final draft of his forthcoming memoir, Drag Bunny. It contains no aliens, immortals, or artificial appendages. He is the editor of Bananafish Magazine.

 

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6 thoughts on “Guest Post: Memoir for the Masses (via The Literary Lollipop)

  1. Writers who can craft a good story don’t need artifices to make it interesting. I bet there will be none of these in your novel. Looking forward to seeing more pictures.

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