Writing a memoir that doesn't sound like a " and then" story can be a daunting task.
What to write and what to omit. Who will be offended? What will be of interest?
Imagine writing about a wild panache of events without worrying about tying them together in a sensible narrative.
Check out A Magpie-Memoir appearing in Geist
"In Sweet Assorted: 121 Takes From a Tin Box, Jim Christy approaches memoir in the form of an accumulation of tiny artifacts tossed willy-nilly into a Peek Frean's tin."