A recent release

SharonNeil, The Society, Writing

A recent release has caught attention:

“The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl” authored by Becky Lynch. This memoir, penned by the renowned WWE wrestler under her real name, Rebecca Quin, unveils an inspiring narrative.

Initially, Lynch had sought a ghostwriter, but feeling that it didn’t capture her essence, she embarked on the daunting task of writing it herself. Despite the demands of her bustling career and familial obligations, Lynch committed herself to the writing process, even participating in Writer’s Roundtable calls from unconventional locations like her tour bus or backstage areas.

Throughout the year-long journey, Lynch intricately wove together the highs and lows of her life into a compelling narrative.

Her writing style resonates with sincerity, humor, and vulnerability, offering readers an authentic glimpse into her world. What’s particularly remarkable is Lynch’s unwavering commitment to preserving her unique voice, even amidst negotiations with her publisher.

The memoir not only delves into Lynch’s personal journey but also peels back the layers of the wrestling industry, shedding light on its inner workings. From captivating anecdotes to profound reflections, Lynch’s memoir captivates from the first page to the last. And the concluding line, “Please remember that I hit my head for a living,” offers a lighthearted yet poignant sign-off.

For those eager to dive into this compelling narrative, the book is readily available for exploration. Whether you’re a wrestling fan or simply seeking an inspiring tale of resilience and self-discovery, “The Man: Not Your Average Average Girl” promises an engaging read.

Additionally, as a side note, if you’re considering embarking on your own literary journey, the application window for the 2024 Writers’ Roundtable is closing soon, providing a prime opportunity to kickstart your writing aspirations.

Lastly, Neil expresses gratitude for the overwhelming support garnered by his latest podcast, “To Die For,” which unexpectedly climbed the iTunes podcast charts even before its official release. With the first eight episodes now accessible for binge-listening, the podcast promises riveting content for eager ears.