Writing a non-boring family history

Many family historians did not originally set out to write a book. Initially, they enjoyed collecting family letters, facts and memorabilia, and then became interested in preserving their family’s past in a tangible way. Since most historians are interested in why things happened, there is a personal satisfaction in assembling the answer in a format that others will want to read.

To do justice to your intriguing ancestors, in a non-boring way, is a challenge.

A few are interested only in assembling facts

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