We are a little more than a week away from the 21st Central Florida Family History conference in Orlando, and I am really excited about it. This is my first time speaking at this event, and I have the opportunity to do four—yes, four—workshops. I’m so fortunate. You already know that one of my favorite things is to talk to great people about the importance of preserving personal and family history, and I have a day and a half to do just that.
I’ve been working on the four workshops, and I want to tell you about the first two on Saturday morning.
Right after Crista Cowan of Ancestry talks about the genealogical research that goes into shows like Who Do You Think You Are? and Long Lost Family, I present Raising the Dead, where we look at ways to turn data into story without fictionalizing the facts. I also give you five tips on how to get started writing your family history story.
In the next hour, join me as I talk about my favorite way to write family history in Your Journey Story. Learn to blend your genealogical research with the story of how you acquired it and come out with an interesting and informative narrative.
Now, if those topics don’t scratch your itch, you have eleven or twelve other choices every hour. You are bound to find just what you need. Register now for only $35. You can’t beat that price.
I hope to see you there.