“You should write a book about that!” If you’ve ever been told or thought these words, maybe it’s time to take the next step. “You have a story to tell,” says Peter Gibb, author of the critically acclaimed, multiple award-winning memoir, King of Doubt. Based on his mindful writing philosophy of “claim the past; live in the present”, Gibb will discuss how he came to write his memoir and how writing it has changed his life. He will explain what it means to “discover your story”; read briefly from King of Doubt; talk about why people who want to write often don’t and what to do about that; and answer your questions. Peter’s presentations are well known for humor, insights, and the personal connections he makes with his audience.
This program will take place in the Gresham Room at the Ashland Library.