Yassss! I knew that would get your attention. You want to make heaven too? You will; read this article first. This write-up is about autobiographies, which technically, are also books of lives. So I didn’t trick you. Phew!
Let’s get to it:
People write autobiographies for several reasons, but the most common two are for the fun of it and to preserve their lives tales for future generations. The best book a person can write is their autobiography. It doesn’t matter who a person is, or what they’ve been through, everyone’s life experiences will make amazing stories.
I think that an autobiography would be an awesome first book. Building an audience from the readers of your life’s story will make them connect and understand your future fictional works on a deeper level.
Autobiographical writing is super flexible because it lets you decide on how you want things to be. There’s no need to adhere to the strict rules of prose writing. You can make your rules and choose not to follow them if you want to.
As the author and protagonist, you can determine the period you’d like to focus on (it is advised that you choose a period whose incidents you can vividly remember. Unless, you intend to seek help from family members who would remember the details you can’t (especially when you’re writing an autobiography about your childhood).
As the boss, you can also decide on the kind of personal information you want to include in your autobiography. You can write a tell-all autobiography, which discusses EVERYTHING! Or you can set a limit to the personal details you would share.
In conclusion, an autobiography is an automatic masterpiece and a powerful book of life. Wouldn’t you like to have your name boldly written on the cover of something as significant as this? Yes? Oya get to writing!