Terry Neuman

I’ve been writing for years, and when I decided to start a memoir, I thought it be like riding a bike–once you learn how to put words together, you never forget.  Boy was I wrong.  A memoir is a whole different animal, and very soon after I began, I got mixed up between what I wanted to say and how to say it.After composing a few chapters, I gave up–until Patricia presented her program, organized into modules that carried me through my entire rough draft in 90 days.   It was a miracle!  It still is as I continue to recheck the modules while writing my second draft.   I know I’ll  complete my manuscript and have bounded copies for my family and future generations.  It’s amazing what I’m accomplishing.  My memoir will be dramatic and funny,  polished and professional.  I couldn’t ask for more.