The Memoirist
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The Memoirist

Traditions Are a Love Language

Some things never change and that might be good

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This is my granddaughter when she got out of bed. On this evening she put on makeup using a permanent marker before going downstairs to see her mother.

My daughter got out of bed often at night and each time I sternly asked, “Katie, what do you need?” After hearing about her sore knee, a monster under her…

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We publish memoirs, personal essays, and fictional memoir. Creative stories unpacked from the nostalgic hope chests of our lives.

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Brenda Mahler

Brenda Mahler

Real life person sharing real life stories. Writing about travel, dogs, and healthy lifestyles.

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