Memorial Day, May 28 – On Writing Military Memoirs

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(Above) Opening to the complimentary 3-page FAQs by William L. McGee

You don’t have to be a celebrity to write your naval military memoirs. Preserving one’s memories and stories about his or her military service is a wonderful gift to give your family.

Bill, a Pacific war veteran of World War II and a postwar atomic veteran of Operation Crossroads in 1946, has researched and written five military memoirs/histories. He is frequently asked, “How do I get started writing my military memoirs?”

In response, Bill has created a 3-page How To Research and Write Your Naval Military Memoirs – Answers to 8 FAQs  As Bill likes to say, “You don’t have to be a writer… You can speak your memories and stories into a machine, and have someone else do the transcribing.”

Click How To Research and Write Your Naval Military Memoirs – Answers to 8 FAQs to print out Bill’s complimentary FAQs for yourself or a favorite relative. Military history is important to preserve… lest we forget!

 

 

 

One thought on “Memorial Day, May 28 – On Writing Military Memoirs

  1. Bill & Sandra:

    Continual pride & appreciation for all of your amazing and diverse writings! And although my brother is already an established ‘writer’ … he has not, as yet, delved into his own military (Navy) experiences as a medical doc. So I have passed along your “How To Research ……. ” article as an enticement to write about THAT part of his life as well!

    Thank you & love, Susie

    Sent from my iPad

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