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Join Us in November for Family History Writing Month!

Lisa A. Alzo of The Accidental Genealogist and Thomas MacEntee of GeneaBloggers team up in November 2015 to help you build family history writing skills!

Lisa A. Alzo of The Accidental Genealogist and Thomas MacEntee of GeneaBloggers team up in November 2015 to help you build family history writing skills!

What Legacy Will You Leave?

Over the past year, as I have been delivering lectures at various events, there seems to be one main concern on the mind of genealogists who are busy documenting the lives of their ancestors: what about my legacy? What will my descendants know about me and my life? What can I do now to ensure that I leave a legacy?

With Baby Boomers getting older, I don’t foresee this focus area diminishing in intensity. Genealogists and family historians will soon start focusing on documenting their own lives if they haven’t done so already.

During the entire month of November, I will be teaming up with Lisa A. Alzo of The Accidental Genealogist to focus on not just the general topic of family history writing, but actually ways to preserve our own stories as family historians.

Contests Sponsored by F+W Media

Each week in November, GeneaBloggers will host a contest giving away educational products to help you build your writing skills. Thanks to sponsor F+W Media, publisher of Family Tree Magazine and Writer’s Digest, we have some great prizes to give away!

Writing Your Legacy

Writing Life Stories

Truth of Memoir

Writing Your Family Memoir

Check back at GeneaBloggers each Monday for more information on our family history writing giveaways!

Free Resources and Special Promo Code at Writer’s Digest Shop

In case you haven’t visited the Writer’s Digest Shop, they have some excellent free resources such as this article entitled Learn How to Write a Memoir: Be the Hero of Your Own Story. Also, take a look at the various resources for sale and use special promo code SAVELP to get 10% off selected products!

Ready, Set, WRITE!

Stay tuned for an exciting month of contests, resources and learning more about family history writing both here at GeneaBloggers and at The Accidental Genealogist.

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