Who are you? That is a very good question if you want to write your life story, which may well simply be a historical record of the events that occurred in your life, from birth onwards. But it can be an even more interesting book if it goes one step further, and becomes a story about your life that involves its readers in the events, characters and problems of its time. And doing this brings us back to our starting question: Who are you? Because the answer to the question is probably that you are someone who loves using words. This love of words will be apparent from its interaction with your family members, with your teachers, with the career you pursued, with the events of that career, and with the friends and loved ones who surround you even today. Interpreting events and characters that way can take you into writing a life story that will become a compelling read; Sarah-Beth Watkins book shows.