West Houston Area Genealogy Society presents: Best Practices for Writing Family Stories
Hybrid presentation by Linda Worsham
Yes, we are meeting both in-person and via Zoom!
Meet & Greet 10:00 AM | Program Begins 10:30 AM
Have you wanted to write your family history and possibly get it published but were overwhelmed by the process? This presentation will provide tips and techniques to help you write that family history. It will also include information on how to get family history books published.
In our lives and the lives of our ancestors, exciting things happen, funny things happen, sad things happen...life is a journey. In Linda Worsham’s life some exciting things have happened. She began her genealogy journey 48 years ago when as a newlywed she and her husband attended a family reunion. At the reunion she met a family member who had done a lot of genealogy research. Linda quickly realized there were names on the member’s family tree that were also on her own family tree. This discovery set her on the quest to find the connection. Since this was before the internet and personal computers, all of her recording was done by hand on paper. You guessed it; she found the link between the families and also discovered some great stories! Linda has since written and published several books of her own. In addition she has written and helped others get their books published.
To be join virtually, visit www.whags.org to register.
Those joining in-person will meet at the new Steve Radack Community at 18650 Clay Road.
Special Note: Please check the website for possible changes in COVID restrictions in the event we have to revert to virtual only.
This event is offered by the West Houston Area Genealogy Society . Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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