Sharing Big News from Women’s Memoirs | Book Launch

Today’s post is not the usual Friday Favorites post. Instead it is part of a book launch which is near and dear to my heart. Women’s Memoirs hosted seasonal writing contests–Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter–and the winners of these contests are celebrated in the launch of four volumes featuring each Season. It is an honor to be included as a winner in both the Autumn and Winter volumes. I hope you will share this news with writers and readers alike. We believe we have something very special to offer.

masthead from Women's Memoirs website

Please join me as I celebrate with Women’s Memoirs and the other winners of the various writing contests the launch of four ebooks filled with the best, the most inspiring of hundreds of entries. Knowledge Access Books is the publisher.

Read a review that has already come in:

It is true that each woman is a story waiting to be told–and in this outstanding collection of memoirs you’ll find many wonderful women’s stories. It is also true that each woman’s story is every woman’s story, for we share so many of the same experiences. As I read these stories [in Seasons of Our Lives], I am reading bits and pieces from my own life, and I am inspired to write my own with a more passionate and compassionate heart. I hope you are, too” ~ Susan Wittig Albert, NYT bestselling author of China Bayles mysteries, Writing from Life, Together, Alone: Memoir, and other books

Will you help congratulate these talented women by getting the word out about their stories and the special Amazon savings available for a limited time (see below)? We think the readers of your website or blog will find these 100 stories inspiring and we hope you will consider mentioning their publication on February 1st. Why that date?

For 53 hours, beginning February 1 at 8 am PST, all four volumes will be available for just $.99 each through Amazon’s Kindle Store–that’s 76% off. The price will increase by $1 each 53 hours until it reaches the regular price of $3.99 each.

Memories, Memoirs. Stories of our lives. Matilda Butler and Kendra Bonnett, award-winning authors themselves and co-founders of Women’s Memoirs, invited women to submit personal vignettes about the seasons of their lives. Sweet stories. Sad stories. Joyful stories. Poignant stories. The small stories that make up our days, our lives. Hundreds of stories were read and evaluated. The best of these, the award-winning stories, are included in the four volumes of Seasons of Our Lives: Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring (see images with links below to these four volumes).

Seasons of Our Lives: Summer

Seasons of Our Lives: Autumn

Seasons of Our Lives: Winter

Seasons of Our Lives: Spring

BONUS: Each real life story concludes with a takeaway from the editors–takeaways that will help readers reflect on the seasons of their own lives. And if your readers are interested in creating a legacy of their family or personal stories, these takeaways are designed to help write more dynamically and powerfully so that they can proudly share their own life seasons with family, friends and even more widely.

Thanks for reading and spreading
the word any way you can,

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10 thoughts on “Sharing Big News from Women’s Memoirs | Book Launch

  1. sstamm625 January 31, 2014 at 5:43 pm Reply

    Reblogged this on Reading, Writing, and Rambling.

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  2. sstamm625 January 31, 2014 at 5:42 pm Reply

    That’s great! Congratulations! Will reblog.

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    • Sherrey Meyer January 31, 2014 at 7:16 pm Reply

      Stephanie, how nice to see you here and thank you for reblogging. I’m learning a lot through this exercise about selling a book! 🙂

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  3. Linda Thomas January 31, 2014 at 3:00 pm Reply

    WooHOOOO! Congratulations, Sherrey! I’m eager to read all the books. Yes, I’ll help get word out. 🙂
    Linda

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    • Sherrey Meyer January 31, 2014 at 7:15 pm Reply

      Hello Linda! Thanks for stopping in and reading! I think you’ll enjoy not only the stories but also the quality of the writing that the editors bring to the page. This has been a fun process and very educational.

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  4. tpolen January 31, 2014 at 6:54 am Reply

    Reblogged this on teripolen.

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  5. tpolen January 31, 2014 at 6:53 am Reply

    Congrats! Reblogging.

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    • Sherrey Meyer January 31, 2014 at 7:14 pm Reply

      Teri, thanks for reading and reblogging. The support of friends is so important in this business.

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  6. marianbeaman January 31, 2014 at 5:31 am Reply

    Congratulations, Sherrey! I’ll share this on my FaceBook page today.

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    • Sherrey Meyer January 31, 2014 at 7:13 pm Reply

      Thanks so much, Marian! I’ll return the favor in some way soon.

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