The Family History Writing Studio

The Family History Writing Studio

Your Studio. Your Story. Your Way.

14

Mar'17

How Reading Can Improve Your Writing with 6 Actionable Tips

  “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as …

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12

Jan'17

How to Use Index Cards to Plot a Family History

I’m known as a plotter. This means I love to outline my stories in great detail before I begin to …

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14

Dec'16

Filling in the Details with Social History

  When you write a family history story, you rely heavily on social history to fill in the descriptions and …

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15

Nov'16

Writing a Family History When You Don’t Have All the Facts

Probably the most commonly asked question throughout my online classes, speaking engagements, and workshops are how do I write my …

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17

Oct'16

Where Do I Begin and End My Ancestor’s Story

Often we are held back from writing our family history stories because we just don’t know where to start and …

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05

Aug'16

Creating a Legacy Family History Book

It’s time to stop procrastinating and start pulling your research into a family history book. Is the thought a little …

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02

Aug'16

Why Your Relatives Hate Reading Their Family History

Does your family object to reading their family history? Do you get the big eye roll when you offer them …

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13

Jun'16

When Another Necktie Just Won’t Do! (Gift Idea)

This Father’s Day the best gift you could offer your father is the commitment to write his story. Ok, before …

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17

May'16

The Three Spaces to Organizing Your Family History Writing

Whether you’ve started writing your family history book or you’re still in the ‘thinking about it” stage, the process can …

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19

Apr'16

When to Write about a Family Secret

We all have them – secrets. Every family history has their share of secrets and as family historians, we generally …

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