Recently I've heard from several people who have diaries, journals, poetry and other documents from ancestors. Let's share what treasures we have, what they teach us about ourselves, and how we can use them as the basis for our own writing.
Location: #Nonfiction, Identity
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2016
How do you preserve and archive documents and photos? What are some good ideas and resources for keeping these items safe and making it easier to work with them?I had planned to look for a hand…Continue
Does anybody find it frustrating that t.v personalities like Snookie and the like, are getting book deals while others with actually compelling stories aren't given a second thought? As a person who…Continue
Hello, all! Since many of us are working on projects having to do with family diaries and other documents that we may want to publish, I thought it may be useful to exchange social media info so as…Continue
My favorite is Possession by A.S. Byatt. I'm willing to be that the author does not see this book as a genealogy novel. But I do see it that way. It's a terrific meditation on recovering information.…Continue