When writing a dialogue from memory for your autobiography, it is important to keep your dialogue accurate, succinct and lively. To have a great dialogue you need all three. You cannot have one without the others, if you wish to have a great dialogue. When writing a dialogue remember not to go overboard. Some dialogues need more accuracy, others need to be more succinct, whereas others a little more lively. You need accuracy because that’s why people are reading your autobiography. If what you are telling your readers is an inaccurate dialogue, they would think they are reading a fiction novel instead of real life events. Having your dialogue succinct is necessary because people do not want you to go on and on without an end in sight. This bores people. This is what stops people from reading autobiographies. You need to keep it brief and clearly expressed. Last but not least is liveliness. Writing a dialogue without liveliness makes a dialogue seem dull. A little excitement can do wonders. It keeps your readers reading. There is no formula for a perfect dialogue. Every dialogue is different. Remember that having too much of these is as bad as having none of it. If you keep this in mind you will be able to write great dialogues.
The three things that I would like to include in my autobiography are my homeschooling experience, the first time I heard Dr. Kent Hovind, and, my political experience.
I would like to include my homeschooling experience because it was a big factor in my life. What if my parents sent my to public school? What would my beliefs be or what would I be? I was taught the truth during my homeschooling period and that has changed my life. I would also include some stories of my homeschool years.
The second thing I would add in my autobiography is about the first time I saw a Dr. Kent Hovind seminar. The first time I saw a Dr. Hovind seminar was in the summer of 2004. Before seeing Dr. Hovind’s seminars I knew not how to defend my faith in Biblical creation and refute evolution. I learned that science actually supports the Bible and not evolution. In 1 Peter 3:15 the Bible say “But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:” Kent Hovind helped accomplish this.
Last but not least was my experience with politics. In particular it was the Ron Paul 2012 UCLA rally. My parents taught politics in accordance with the U.S.Constitution long before the rally, but the significance of the rally was that I saw that there were many people who had same political views as we did. It also showed me the power of influence. The influence of Ron Paul, who united like-minded people all over the nation to help restore liberty. Thanks to all this, I can now help educate my friends. Lets fight for freedom and restore America to the intent of the Founding Fathers.