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This has historically been the most common style of a memoir. It provides a window into the author’s personal life during a certain period of time. It can have been an experience they had, a disease they had to battle, or a divorce they had to go through.
This memoir is written from the viewpoint of the author’s career. A politician, for instance, may pen a memoir on their tenure in public service. Similarly, a writer could produce a memoir detailing their struggles with getting their first book published.
This kind of memoir focuses on what the author believes were their worst choices or deeds in life and how they made peace with them. This memoir’s name is a play on the idea of someone going into a confessional to talk to a priest about their misdeeds.
This kind of memoir is associated with famous celebrities, but it can also be written for anyone who regularly leads a public life or has a highly visible lifestyle. It aims to give readers a more intimate look into the writer than the public lens permits.
Some authors have traveled and had interesting adventures—this memoir is for them. The main themes of travel memoirs are the personal journey the writer had to take alongside the physical one and whatever obstacles they may have encountered and overcome.
Stories about growing up, overcoming adversity, or adopting religion are examples of transformational memoirs. These kinds of memoirs often contain incidents and learning experiences that influenced the author and the discoveries they made along the way.
The discovery of sexuality and the challenges of youthful love, such as pressure from family or socioeconomic struggles, academic goals, or rivalry, are recurring themes in the young adult genre. The main characters are young individuals trying to get through life.
This is a subgenre of romance written about the early 19th century or is set in the British Regency era. They include a distinct storyline and aesthetic norms, such as a lot of quick-witted banter, carriage rides, morning visits, dinner parties, operas, balls, etc.!
Dark, captivating, and suspenseful plots drive thrillers. However, rarely thrillers have comic aspects to them too. Because it is a fundamental objective of the thriller genre, authors have to ensure to write such that they maintain a reader’s attention throughout.