You Needn’t Be A Writing Pro to Write from Your Life

Jane Lynch of "Glee"

Jane Lynch of "Glee"

Jane Lynch of the award-winning TV show, Glee, is in the middle of writing her memoir. She says, “I’m no pro but I’ve got a story to tell.” She goes on to share more about her process of completing her manuscript and promise to her readers here (below):

“I’m in the process of writing [my book] – it’s been announced and everything, so I guess I’ve got to get it done,” Jane told a CBS interviewer named Laura. “My wife is helping me a lot. We’re sitting down and it’s just really been an amazing thing. We’re going through pictures and kind of seeing how I walked through life and hoping that it will help somebody else basically.”

“What will we learn about you that we don’t know?” Laura asked the actress.

“I’m an alcoholic,” Jane, who no longer drinks, said. “I’m a perfectionist. I’m a control freak. But, I have a lot of awareness around it these days because now I’m 50 years old and I’m supposed to have awareness. So hopefully I have a story to tell to the fellow control freaks out there!”

For Jane, hitting the five-decade mark has been sheer joy – bringing with it wisdom, love, a dream job — and she’s having “the time of her life.”

“I’m a mother — I have a 9-year-old child that [I] just inherited and an 11-year-old I just inherited and [I am in] this wonderful marriage to this wonderful woman,” Jane told Laura of her June 2010 marriage to psychologist Lara Embry.

Read more about Jane Lynch HERE.

Be sure to schedule a 15-minute complimentary book coaching session via email: AuthorizeU@gmail.com.  If we begin working together, my eBook—Writing From Life: A Wise Guide to Publishing Your Memoirs—will be yours as part of the coaching package.

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