Understand and outline the moments or events that shaped you Before you set out on drafting your story, you should be able to identify those key moment or events that shaped you to be who you are today.
Sometimes it happens early on in the writing process, sometimes very late; but once you find it, your story will flow out of you in a natural, organic way. The story becomes more of an autobiography than a novel as you would have liked it to be.
Seek Permission Do get permission to publish from the significant person — or persons — in your story, especially if they can be easily recognised. Events have to be spread out evenly along the narrative so that the story is sustained and developed over the whole narrative.
Some authors choose to work with a ghostwriter to write their book proposal, even if they end up writing the manuscript themselves.
These days I go back and forth, working on both memoir and somewhat autobiographical fiction, and spend a lot of time debating the merits of each with other writers. People who choose to write their biographies for the world to see have different reasons as to why they decide to do it.
Sentence 2: I tried my best and To begin with, Giovanni is ten years younger than I am, and — like most Italian guys in their twenties — he still lives with his mother. It is not an easy task to change an autobiography into a bestseller, but it is possible to do so.
In effect, it's a supershort story of your life—a beginning, a middle and the now, if you will. But I have writers in my studio who talk to me all the time about what to do with what their writing.