Learn how to write strong family history stories using religious, federal, provincial and private census documents.
Develop good research-collection habits and story-telling skills. Learn to collect quotes as you go along.
You'll also have the opportunity to test three different structures to gain confidence in structure choice and improve your understanding of various writing styles.
Turn lists of people, dates and events into compelling narratives that will entertain family members, even those who didn't care about genealogy until now.
As you put your research into context, you'll also break through some of your brick walls.
After profiling hundreds of amazing individuals and businesses for blogs, books, newspapers and magazines, Tracey Arial has created a four-step process to make writing faster and easier. Her books include I Volunteered, Canadian Vietnam Vets Remember, the Canadian Writers' Guide to Government Action and Ulysses guides to cycling, hiking and cross-country-skiing. She also served as co-editor and co-author of Beads in a Necklace, Family History Stories from Genealogy Ensemble.