Childhood Reflection Can Deliver Deep Insights
A Nonfiction Writer’s Exploration of Self

Guest Blog Post by Joy Inglis (nee Carter)
If you are looking for writing material, unique and fascinating stuff that only you have access to, you can do no better than to explore your earliest childhood memories. I am 96, and at this age it is like looking down the wrong end of a telescope to visualize the first incidents of my life. I recommend this experimental use of internal resources to writers who may be caught in the wave of extreme aging which is predicted to wash over all of […]