Whether you’re writing fiction or nonfiction, you must understand your characters well, especially your protagonist. But when telling an autobiographical story, the protagonist is you! This is much more challenging and riskier than other forms of storytelling because the story is about you at different times in your life.
What do you remember and what are you willing to reveal?
How clear are you about who you were back then and who you are now?
What were you needing back then?
What were you missing, dreaming, obsessing, worrying about?
What were you so sure of then? And what matters to you now?
And why is it important for your story?
The Travis Technique of Autobiographical Storytelling offers incisive tips, tools and techniques to help you share your truth— scene by scene, question by question. Mining your life experiences and shaping them into compelling stories will not only help you master the art of crafting any story into a rich and emotionally engaging experience, it will also unleash your imagination and embolden you in life.
Join Mark and Elsha for a profound weekend of developing and telling the stories that live within you. Experience The Travis Technique and ignite your writing!