FROM AUTOBIOGRAPHY TO FICTION
Autobiographical writing provides data about ourselves and multiple options for writing a novel. Nothing is richer for a writer than life. You try to write your own life following a fact that hurts you or pleases you, leaves you a painful or wonderful mark. You need to know how to tell it, discard modesty and find strategies to exploit and manipulate the peculiar moments. Are there special ways of writing your own life? Are there specific strategies for working as a support and the autobiographical novel food? This book examines from multiple theoretical and practical approaches this kind of writing.