Everyone has a story to tell. Even if you think you haven’t, you have. Your story is always interesting to someone else. Perhaps they have gone through a similar experience, and it helps to know they are not alone.
There may have been a time in your life that something wonderful happened, Or, a funny incident or even a time when you discovered something that had a major effect on you.
March the 14th is the day to share those stories. So you have plenty of time to write it down.
Where? I hear you ask. Well, anywhere that people can see it. Social Media is great a great place for sharing. It need only be a few paragraphs. Use the tag #nationalwritedownyourstoryday. Then everyone can find it.
Why not share directly with us? Leave a link in the comments below. It will be great for us and our readers to see your story.
Many people share their memoirs, or if they have had an interesting life, get someone else to write their biography. Here are a few that you should find interesting.
Captain Tom Moore was 100 years old when, during the pandemic, he walked the path outside of his Care Home. With the help of his Zimmer frame, he walked up and down to raise a little money for the NHS. Captain Tom’s story caught everyone’s imagination. Incredibly, he raised millions for the National Health Service and even received a knighthood for his efforts.
My Sister Milly is a book written by the sister of Milly Dowler. Gemma recounts the dreadful time when her thirteen-year-old sister went missing in 2002. After a big and highly publicised case, in which many photos and videos were shown of the teenager, her murdered body was eventually found.
Billy Connolly is a Scottish comedian, whom I’ve known for most of my life. I’ve always felt he was a little scary, with his long hair and thick Glaswegian accent. Plus, he is known for his colourful language. In later years he made fascinating travel documentaries and his life has been an interesting one.
In the 1980s, I along with millions of others enjoyed the music of Spandau Ballet. Martin Kemp, along with his brother was a member. He later started an acting career and starred in many memorable roles. Shirlie, his wife, was one of the backing singers for the legendary group Wham! featuring George Micheal. The two met and married and are still together today.