Denis Ledoux
A Sugary Frosting by Maine writers Martha Blowen and Denis Ledoux

Denis Ledoux

Denis Ledoux has won awards for his writing: the 1989 Maine Fiction Competition and 1991 and 1996 Individual Writing Fellowships. He has been at the helm of The Memoir Network since 1988.

Over the years, people say a lot of nice things about The Memoir Network, about Memoir Network products and about Denis Ledoux.

Time Magazine included Denis in a roundup article on memoir writing in April 1999. Read the quote on our home page.

The Christian Science Monitor ran round-ups and feature articles on Denis. Three times.

• His Turning Memories Into Memoirs was deemed by Booklist (American Library Association) as “very beneficial…helps writers get off to a great start.”

• Rhonda Kanning Anderson, co-founder of the early, premier scrapbooking company Creative Memories said of his Photo Scribe: “The Photo Scribe has inspired me to a new level of photo-journaling. This practical step-by-stop guide can enable anyone to discover the depth of their memories.”

• Bottomline Publications acknowledged (in a feature article) Denis’s work as a memoir ghostwriter, editor and coach.

The Cincinnati Post praised Turning Memories Into Memoirs / A Handbook for Writing Lifestories as: “…a step-by-step manual, lots of examples, a fine appendix and a detailed index, making it a useful reference over time.”

Denis Ledoux has been interviewed on a variety of radio stations in cities as far flung as Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Montréal. He has been interviewed by NPR affiliates as well as Radio Canada.

Denis Ledoux is a memoir coach, editor, and ghostwriter. He continues to write personal memoirs and fiction.