Well-known radio commentator, newspaper columnist and memoirist Lauretta Hannon attributes much of her success to her authenticity. Being authentic in her own storytelling, no matter the medium, has helped immensely with reaching her audience. When Hannon set out to write her memoir The Cracker Queen she felt strongly that it would be a disservice to her truth, her story and the reader if she wasn't completely authentic in her writing and storytelling. She recommends to other writers that you be as real as possible in your writing so that you aren't diluting the story or alienating readers.
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Thank you You remind me to connect to my truth and my feelings of how it was to share my authentic story.
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