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Author – Diana Jackson
Rating – 4/5 stars
Number of Pages – 184
Publisher – Eventispress
‘The Healing Paths of Fife’ is a memoir of Diana Jackson. A travel path full of fantasy encounters. She met significant strangers while walking the coastal paths of Fife and had equally special and strange experiences and adventures. Some are spooky and some are pleasant. Every new day of Diana’s life is full of exciting adventures and with every day she understands what the time demands her to do. The Path proved to be a healing and self-discovering.
Diana Jackson was happily redundant from her lifelong teaching job. She has to relocate with her husband whose job is transferred to Fife from Bedfordshire. She met some interesting and strange people while walking and discovering her new place and settling down in her new life. She made new friends which she met by fate and…
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A new cross classification ‘Fantasy Memoir’ ~ Perfect for my latest ‘From Redundancy to Rejuvenation’
Samuel G Whitesell
In recent decades, the genre of ‘memoir’ has proliferated to the point that it seems nearly every family can point to a relative who has written one or is in the process of writing one. A memoir, not to be confused with an autobiography, is a snapshot, or series of snapshots from an individual’s life. The memoir blends both accounts of past events with thought and reflection. It is meant to offer a picture of how an individual has become themselves. Memoirs are meant to preserve memory rather than fact, and while the line between the two is thin and grey, it exists. Historically, memoirs were private works that could be used to help craft more complete works in the future, but today memoirs exist on their own as complete works.
But I’m not here to lecture you on memoirs, other writers will be much better at that than me…
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