September 26, 2016

Tell Your Story
…For Yourself, For Posterity

Promote Your BookEveryone has a story (or stories) to tell. Writing them down can be a gift to yourself, your friends and your family.

And the very act of writing can be therapeutic. Some people have found better health through writing. Others have gained inner strength when they find their own unique voice.

Sheila Allee has lived these truths. She found powerful emotional healing by writing about her uncle, who had a profound intellectual disability. Her memoir, My Father’s Eyes, is the result of her determination to share a moving and deeply personal story of transformation.

Now she is sharing with others what she learned about writing your own story and the rewarding experience it can be.

She offers classes in the following:

  • Recording your personal history
  • Writing to process grief
  • Writing to heal from trauma

“The reason I write is to explain my life to myself. I’ve also discovered that when I do, I’m explaining other people’s lives to them.”–Pat Conroy