Are you ready to explore your family and military research in a new way? To identify family patterns and secrets? To begin writing your stories to help transform your research and life? Then this course may be for you!

Over five weeks, beginning 8 February 2020, you will be exploring one of my family stories from its first version to the current version (at the time I created this class). Using my stories as an example, we will explore themes of identity, family patterns, perspective, secrets, emotions, and transformation and you will write your own stories.

This course includes two live webinars and one hour of Office Hours.

Within each module there are worksheets to download and writing assignments to complete. You are not required to share these with anyone unless you choose.

Module 1: Starting Our Journey

Module 2: Identity

Module 3: Perspective

Module 4: Family Patterns and Secrets

Module 5: Transformation and Course Wrap-Up

This course will create a foundation for the master class you may choose to participate in this summer.

Register today to save your spot. Space is limited to 20 people.

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I am excited to announce that registration is open for my new 2020 short story writing groups! These groups began in January 2020 and will have a rolling enrollment as space is available.

A 6-month commitment is required. Be sure to watch the video in the registration page to learn more about why writing is transformational for your research, life, and family.

Roots and War Writers Group

Two exclusive writing groups limited to 8 people.

Two date/time options for participation.

Roots and War Writers Group will help participants take their stories, articles, and blog posts, to a deeper level by exploring topics beyond the basics of genealogy or military history.

View additional details and register here.

 

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