Using Sense Memory to Remember Story Details, A Post by Bryan Cohen on Memoir Writer’s Journey

A short time ago I posted here about triggers evoking memories during our writing.

Bryan Cohen, Author of 1000 Creative Writing Prompts
Bryan Cohen, Author of 1000 Creative Writing Prompts

Last week on Kathy Pooler’s blog, Memoir Writer’s Journey, Kathy’s guest was Bryan Cohen, author of 1000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts , Stories and More. Bryan shared his thoughts on Using Sense Memory to Remember Story Details.

Bryan’s post was so interesting and informative I wanted to take this opportunity to share it forward with those who might not see it otherwise. So, please take a moment and visit Kathy and Bryan to read Bryan’s post.

10 Replies to “Using Sense Memory to Remember Story Details, A Post by Bryan Cohen on Memoir Writer’s Journey”

  1. Thanks for reblogging iBryan’s guest post, Sherrey. Much appreciated!

    1. You’re welcome, Kathy! Rec’d your email; will be replying tonight.

  2. Thank you, Sherrey, will check it out.

    1. Patti, I visited Bryan’s site and there is a wealth of info there too. So, if you have time, take a short tour of what he has to offer.

      1. Oh, I did! I had a great time over there until my puter froze again. Grrrr. Am enjoying your activity lately:>)

        1. Hope you’re staying warm . . . and that the freezing computer has thawed!

          1. I’m nice and cozy. I think I am part bear, because I do tend to hibernate during the winter! My bed is enclosed by curtains and filled with pillows and thick blankets…I do n’t like climbing out of my “den.”

          2. You’re not alone, Patti, in your bear-like hibernating qualities. Me too! I could stay snuggled up all day with books, a blanket and something warm to drink. My husband and I are cohabiting hermits. When we looked for a user name for our email address, we adopted the word “hermits” less its vowels. 🙂

          3. Oh, so glad to have such good company in the cave:>) It also makes me happy that you found a hermit honey:>)

  3. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on holiday rentals.
    Regards

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