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Raise money for The Women's Section by having your memoirs published

Posted: Nov 9, 2012
Category: General
Posted by: Admin


A literary agency is looking for extraordinary women with fascinating stories from WW2, the postwar years and the 1950s to have their memoirs published in a new novel.

After the success of books such as Call The Midwife, The Help, The Sugar Girls, and Bletchley Park, nostalgia memoirs have become increasingly popular within the literary field. As a result, publishers are looking for women who are able (and willing) to recall their stories from the past with the view of having them published.

Perhaps you mother or grandmother was a land girl, worked at Bletchley Park, served as a FANY, a WREN or worked in a munitions factory? Or maybe they cared for dozens of evacuees or were involved in the Women's Rights Movement? Whatever role they played, whatever they did, if the memories can be recalled vividly then we would love to hear from them!

In the first instance, please contact Chiara Raine on 0203 207 2188 or email for more detailed information about the process involved. We we then liaise with the literary agent who will be in contact with further details about the next step foward

And remember, if your were selected for publication you would be generously paid for your time - and most importantly - a percentage of the fee would also be donated to the The Women’s Section!