Rhonda Colia’s memoir book ‘The Crop Duster’s Daughter’ is an exhilarating artist’s memoir about the life and adventures of her mother and how her mother’s teachings and her leading by example influenced her life for the losses she encountered in her adult years.
Rhonda Colia shares her raw and visceral story of courage and tenacity in this stirring narrative of being a crop duster’s daughter and how she wants to showcase the voice of her mom’s courage.
Relevance—It Inspires Readers.
Readers of memoirs desire to connect with the tale. Rhonda Colia created a resonant connection between her life’s tale and the reader’s own experiences. This is not to say they have experienced the same things as the author. That is, readers may identify with the feelings and events the author experiences and confronts in relation to a particular situation.
Drama—It Amuses Readers.
Unlike other memoirs that consistently create an introspective story, Rhonda Colia was able to make her memoir come alive for the reader.
Character Development - It Forces Readers to Learn.
Is the memoirist who begins the narrative the same one who ends it? They ought not to be. Readers were able to observe the shift in the writer’s emotions and how she overcame them.
Authenticity—It Affects Reader’s Emotions.
Readers desire a sense of connection. The Rhonda Colia memoir establishes a bond of intimacy with the reader. Even though it showcases the vulnerability of the writer, it necessitates an unvarnished description of their life.
After Effect – It Reminds the Readers.
If readers recall the topic or the feelings inspired by a memoir, the memoir was effective.
A memoir compels me to pause and reflect. It is a test of truthfulness. In a memoir, I examine myself, my life, and the people I care about most in the blank screen’s mirror. In a memoir, sentiments take precedence over facts, and to write honestly; I must address my emotions.
About the Author
Rhonda Ann Colia is the youngest of four children. She is happily married to the man of her dreams and has grown children, a daughter, and two stepchildren living their own lives. She grew up helping her mom load the spray rig with water and chemical mixes so her mom could spray the crops of grateful farmers. Rhonda continues pursuing her writing career and is looking forward to publishing her first novel of three.