National Best Selling Author

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My interactive memoirs classes encourage you to find meaning in your life challenges, so you can write your stories and share them across generations.

about fran

I live my life in a spirit of enthusiasm and quiet expectancy, and I believe strongly in the power of our individual stories, so I’d like to help you tell yours—in your own words, with your own voice—relating the stories you know the best.

 

We can each do our part to heal the world. When we understand the importance of these stories of our lives, we’ll see that our experiences can serve as a self-help manual to people who come after us. I’m doing it for myself, and I’d like to see you do the same. 

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"I am no longer afraid of storms for I have learned to sail my own ship."

Louisa May Alcott

is a memoirs class for you?

Have you always wanted to write the stories of your life, but never had any idea how to get started?

Have you started writing those stories, but don't know how to organize them?

Are your children or grandchildren bugging you to write your stories?

Do you feel nobody cares about your stories?

If this sounds like you, then it's time to take a memoirs class led by award-winning author, Fran Stewart.

memoirs classes

You've come to the right place! My beginning memoirs classes are specifically designed to help you gain confidence as you begin to write the stories of your life.

 

Through the practical hands-on lessons in these interactive virtual classes, learn how to write  your memoir and what to do with it after it is written.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

During Fran's class I felt empowered and confident that I can and will accomplish the daunting task of writing.

—  Jacinth D.

featured books

beesknees #1
a beekeeping memoir

You don’t have to want to become a beekeeper in order to enjoy this light-hearted memoir of one woman’s quest to set up two beehives on her back deck. This is the first of six volumes.

orange as marmalade

The first of eleven Biscuit McKee Mysteries introduces Biscuit (the librarian) and Marmalade (the library cat). Together they find a dead body on the library stairs, and the fun begins.

a wee murder in my shop

Peggy Winn may live in modern-day Vermont, but she ends up attached to a 14th-century Scottish ghost. Then it’s a race to find a murderer…before anyone else gets kilt. This is the first book in a series of three.

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