Turn Your Family History into a Children's Book with a Memoir Writer
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Turn Your Family History into a Children's Book with a Memoir Writer

Every family is unique and has their own story to tell. The word "biography", especially when referred to in a published book form, is frequently associated with historical figures and celebrities in various fields, such as politics, business, science and technology, and the entertainment industry. But have you ever thought about publishing your very own biography? Don't rush to shake your head because you don't feel comfortable writing or can think of nothing worth writing about right away. There are professionals who are ready to help you out, known as personal historians or memoir writers.

Life is a story, no matter how uneventful it may seem at a glance. A talented memoir writer like Nechamie Margolis may help you see more in yourself than you can possibly realize on your own. There is such an abundance of noteworthy milestones and precious memories in your personal and family histories that you may want to preserve them in the most beautiful form of presentation possible. And Writing the Soul offers the perfect way to do so!


Nechamie offers a variety of writing services through her website Writing the Soul, including personal memoirs, tributes, family cookbooks, video biographies and more. The one I find most special and interesting is her Children's Book package, which produces a family history book written in the language of children and printed with a mix of photos and illustrations. What a wonderful idea to turn your family history into a fun children's book that can be handed down from generation to generation while letting the kids learn better about their childhood, or the lives of their parents, grandparents and even their ancestors! It'd definitely make one of the best personalized gifts ever!

Once you've chosen the personal history package you like best, the Writing the Soul team will guide you through the process from beginning to end, including things like in-depth interviews, assembly of relevant materials (e.g. photos, recipes, letters, etc), custom graphic designs, and reviews of the manuscripts. You have full control over the contents of the narratives, which will be finalized to your satisfaction. Depending on the scope and format of your project, it may take a couple months to one year to complete. To get a feel of Nechamie's writing style, you may visit her website to read excerpts from her published work, along with writing samples that show how she turn records from an interview into an engaging essay.


Are you looking to capture a special moment in your life or to pay tribute to a loved one through a well-written story bound to be cherished for years to come? Check out what Writing the Soul has to offer and share with me, if you will, which of her packages interest you most and why. Would you like to keep the finished product as a family heirloom or send it as a gift? And as a thank-you for leaving your thoughts on this post, you will receive an exclusive $100 discount to use toward any of Nechamie's services. Can't wait to read your comments!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Nakturnal. All views and opinions expressed are my own.

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VickieC said...

how interesting,never thought of doing something like that but it is a way to preserve family history

Carol L. said...

This is so unique. I've never heard of this before. I'd love to do the Children's book. What a beautiful way for children to learn about family in a way they could understand it. I'd love to keep it and give as a gift.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) comn

Nancy said...

This looks like an interesting idea!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Misty said...

What a great idea for a young family.

jjmon2012 said...

This does not interest me at all BUT my brother would love to get into something like this. He is big in to family history

Amy Deeter said...

Great blog. i have enjoyed reading it for quite some time now

Rachel Browning said...

This is nice, the type writer brings back the memories

Helen Bush said...

This is so cool. I would love to get this for my little girl.

 
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