How can you inject life into a name on a shipping list? What about the family's murky secrets? How can I do justice to intriguing ancestors: How much dramatising is acceptable? What about collaborating with a co-writer? do I need a professional editor: What kind of publication is appropriate?
Hazel Edwards addresses these vital questions and more in Writing a 'Non Boring' Family History. This is a practical guide for those wanting to shape their family research into a readable family history. Hazel shows how to provide a context, and craft even the driest facts into a dramatic story.
If you want your relatives to read more than the index, let Hazel Edwards show you how to write a family history, the 'non-boring' way.
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Stimulating and informative... Excellent... Hazel Edwards encouraged me to really get going. -- Amateur Family Historian
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Book Description Hale & Iremonger, Australia, 1997. Stiff Paperback. Book Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Un-Opened, Virtually As New. Bookseller Inventory # 004914