We Love Memoirs Day–Monday, August 31

Mon 31st Aug, 2015 will be We Love Memoirs Day!


We Love Memoirs was set up on 31st August 2013 by two memoir authors, Victoria Twead and Alan Parks, who wanted to create a place where memoir readers and authors could come together and chat. Victoria Twead is a New York Times bestselling author of “Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools” and the “Old Fools” series, while Alan Parks is the author of “Seriously Mum, What’s an Alpaca?” and the “Seriously Mum” series. Victoria and Alan were determined to foster a warm community and have always discouraged authors from pushing their own books at readers. The results have been astounding, and WLM has grown quickly. New friendships are formed every day, and WLM meet-ups across the globe have become common. Small wonder that the We Love Members community – which can be found here – is often described as “the friendliest group on Facebook”.
Join the conversation!
Susan Joyce

4 Replies to “We Love Memoirs Day–Monday, August 31”

  1. So happy for all the friends I have met belonging to this group. Thank you Victoria Twead, Alan Parks and all the people that put in so much time and effort to make this such a wonderful site!!

    1. Susan Jackson, you’re one of the great friends I’ve made. Lovely to have met you in Miami at the awards. Still loving the tee shirt.

  2. Oh how I love memoirs. It’s so good to read say, the memoir of Vita Sackville-West, or Colette and read the passage of their lives through the age one is at, and then beyond, and how they handled issues common to us all and some completely foreign of course. Will definitely join – thanks Susan.

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