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Next In Line: Everymans Guide for Writing an Autobiography

by Armiger Jagoe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595376126, Paperback)

The quest for some form of immortality is an inherent trait in humans. And when you reach the age when you are next in line to record the story of your life, this desire becomes an obligation.

In writing Southern Boy, the story of his life, author Armiger Jagoe learned a great deal about autobiographies, and now he is passing on this knowledge to others who plan to write their personal histories. Jagoe points out the twelve components of a successful autobiography, selecting examples from fifty-six famed autobiographies, ranging from Margery Kempe to Katharine Graham. Next In Line will show you not only how to record your life story but also reasons why you should, such as the following:

· By writing your autobiography, you are acknowledging that you are unique—one of a kind.
· In studying a rerun of your life, you’ll discover forgotten facts about yourself.
· You can find a therapeutic value in having to rethink both joyful and tragic events, and invariably you will find something new.

Next In Line will enable you to achieve the goal that has been on the back burner for too many years. Remember that a life worth living is worth being recorded!

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