Researching and Writing
Your Family History and Memoirs
by Joelle Steele
May 14, 2014: Are you running up against dead ends in your family research? Are you unsure how to write your family's history or your own memoirs? Family genealogist Joelle Steele has just released a new and expanded ebook edition of Researching and Writing Your Family History and Memoirs. Steele's ebook will guide you through the often daunting process of thoroughly researching your ancestry by expanding and refining your Internet searches, and by obtaining a wide variety of historical documents and then learning how to interpret them despite discrepancies in dates and the alternative spellings of addresses and names of people and places.
Researching and Writing will also teach you how to maintain your genealogical records in an appropriate software program; obtain and archive family photos; and get to the true stories behind the simple raw data found in census records, vital statistics forms, and other official documents. And once you have all those great family stories to tell, Researching and Writing will help you assemble your family history or memoirs and publish them in a format specific to your needs. This handy ebook also includes kinship terminology, a list of recommended reading, and a detailed questionnaire to help you and your family members through the process of remembering the past.
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This ebook is also available at amazon.com, or directly from the publisher (below) and is shipped within 24 hours as an email attachment.
EBOOK-EPUB EDITION: Item #w-01-epub: $3.99
EBOOK-MOBI KINDLE EDITION: Item #w-01-mobi: $3.99
Thanks so very much for this handy little booklet. I've just started researching my family and it was very helpful to me. - Georgia Tybone, Virginia
Your book helped me find my ancestors, especially the part about working with the variant spellings and dates. Thank you so much! - B.A. Kerwetting, Nova Scotia, Canada
I really appreciated the section on Web searches and the questionnaire alone was worth the price. A very helpful book. - Micia Donalson, Maine