Micheal Hawron–June 12, 2023
He used different themes in his life to write about his own personal experiences.
A memoir is writing what you know. You know yourself and all that happened to you in your life.
He explained that he has written three autobiographies with the same subject: a framework to get across to the reader: what you like and what you know.
His life was not him stalking stories, but stories pursuing him.
“The Little Town With a Big Heart” is a story mainly about him and his experiences in old East Texas in a small town called New Boston. An in-depth account of the lives of the people and their insights.
“Awesome Footsteps,” is a missionary, inspirational memoir he also wrote.
“Entering Detours” was his account of life overseas in over 30 countries.
“Just Clean Fun” was a fictional spy adventure based on his life experiences.
“Spies Never Die” is another semi-fictional thriller.
His mission statement is:
I write to entertain,
I write to inform,
I write to make you think,
I write to celebrate life,
I write because it’s difficult,
I write because I can!
He then challenged us to write our own mission statements.