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Association of Personal Historians

The Rewards of Writing…

by Memoir Mentor on August 8, 2010

Writing is a difficult, lonely occupation, one that resurrects all kinds of insecurities. Is our writing any good, or are we just laboring under some self-delusion? Do we have anything interesting to say? Does the world need one more book? Surely our time be better spent doing something else…anything else. I have these thoughts, and I know my […]


Where I’ve Been…

by Memoir Mentor on November 3, 2009

I’ve been presenting seminars recently for a variety of groups ,so I haven’t had time for blogging. I spoke to an enthusiastic group of genealogists in the Southern California Genealogy Society in October about writing family histories. At the end of the month my husband and I flew to Pennsylvania and attended the annual conference […]


Conference for Personal Historians

by Memoir Mentor on August 7, 2009

Each year the Association of Personal Historians stages a conference for people in the business of creating personal histories in various kinds of media for individuals, families, companies, pets, and more. I’m always amazed at the number of talented people who are involved in this business and who come to the conference from all over the […]

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