An Interview With Patricia Charpentier of Writing Your Life
By: Writing Your Life
Founded by Patricia Charpentier, Writing Your Life helps people preserve their life stories. Through ghostwriting memoirs, co-authoring, editing, and teaching Writing Your Life co-creates written legacies for generations to come.
Journalist, Matthew Pettie asked Patricia, "What's the best thing about your work?" Ms. Charpentier replied, "The people, the people, I have met the most delightful people. They become my friends."
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Writing Your Life is a company devoted to personal and family history writing, offers ongoing workshops and classes, including programs that utilize videos, group, and one-on-one coaching. Through writing memoirs on behalf of others, editing and instruction, Writing Your Life have assisted hundreds of people in creating a written legacy for their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and generations to come. Learn more at https://writingyourlife.org/
When asked why she does what she does, Ms. Charpentier said: "I want to help people preserve their stories for themselves and their families." She further stated, "It's a joy to watch them through the process and have the ability to see their book and words in writing."
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Writing Your Life assists people with personal and family history writing through editing, coaching, ghostwriting, and publishing. Writing Your Life also offers one of a kind ongoing workshops and classes, including programs that use videos.
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