What is your family story? Which ancestor? Find the story line?
‘Your ancestors will reveal their stories when the time is right.’
Where will you setup your Blog? How will you create your posts?
‘Each time you blog about your ancestors you share another piece of your family history.’
Blogging in the Past Lane means posting stories about your Ancestors into your blog.
You don’t need to be a genealogist or even a family historian, you may just want to preserve the stories of your family for your family.
Here’s an easy recipe for success in preserving your stories in a blog, 10 easy lessons contained in 4 self-paced modules.
This short course will provide you with a formula for each step in the process of preparing, writing and sharing your family stories using your computer or mobile device and how to post in your Blog.
Bonus segments are added to the course frequently.
The course includes free worksheets and checklists to help plan your family history ancestral stories.
And guess what?
ALL these questions are answered in the Blogging in the Past Lane course.
Please check it soon – bonus lessons are added there from time to time.
Years ago I was not confident to share my family history stories and I kept them in handwritten or typed form in my folders and journals. I was not sure if my writing was good enough or engaging enough to draw in readers to the content.
Over the last few years I have been digging deeper into my ancestral stories and finding new ways to plan, plot, write, illustrate and publish them to share with others.
The process for planning, plotting, writing and sharing stories in my blogs was something I wanted to share with others. So, I developed the Blogging in the Past Lane with beginners in mind. My free course Blogging in the Past Lane, containing 10 steps to success in blogging your ancestral stories, will help you get started on this fascinating journey.
You will be able to develop a blog site, write blog posts and share.