In August I was invited by Veronica Esagui, author and chiropractor, to have a booth at the West Linn Book Fair. This was the first book fair that I participated in and it was a great experience. Karen Sorbel, videographer, taped presentations by different authors through the day in the Gentle Care Chiropractic office.
Realizing that writing a personal or family history can look like a daunting project and one that can be easily put off, I have put a lot of thought into how to talk about the process with potential clients. I want people to see that the benefits and results of this project are worth the leap of faith to get it started. My presentation here explains thow doing some thought provoking preliminary work, the project can be accomplished more efficiently and be more fun…let’s have fun instead of “work” at it.
You can view my presentation here:
If you would be interested in getting a workbook to get your thoughts together on what you’d like to save for your family, please visit my store. Here you can select from options for the Right Handed Writer or Left Handed Writer.
I appreciate any feedback you’d like to share with me about the thoughts I talked about in the video. If you have other suggestions on how people can get themselves started on this type of project I’d love to hear from you.
~ Connie Shipley