Publish the Perishing
Honor the Dead–in Your Own Family History Book
If you follow the simple step by step process in this web site, you can write your own family history book.
You Can Do It!
First and foremost, you can do it. You can publish your book. You have the ability to research. You have the ability to gather and record information. Therefore, you have what it takes to put these data into interesting and readable form in a book.
If you can’t accept this ability about yourself, you might as well stop reading right now. Go play a computer game of some kind.
You can write and publish your own book. It is harder for some folks than it is for others. But...everyone who can read this page can write their own book. It sometimes may seem hard. But you do it one page at a time. Write one page a day. In a year you have a 365 page book. You will find us right with you to help you, step by step to write and publish your book.
You can sign up for a seven lesson course on writing and publishing your book sent regularly by E-mail to help you. The outline of the content is mostly provided in the material below. If you want to share this information with friends, have them sign up for Seven Steps to Publishing your Book. A free subscription to Family Search Secrets Newsletter will also give helpful writing and publishing tips on publishing your book.
You or your friend will receive these writing and publishing lessons of that course on how to publish your family history book.
Lesson one: Content concerns (including pictures)when writing and publishing your family history book
Lesson two: Format and editing information to help you write and publish your family history book
Lesson three: Backdrop–history, culture, health issues you must consider when you write and publish your family history book
Lesson four: Location and migration factors to consider when you write and publish your family history book
Lesson five: Type approach–History or entertainment--which should you use when you write and publish your family history book
Lesson six: Publication form–print, digital or both in writing and publishing your family history book
Lesson seven: Marketing your family history book after it is published
For more information about publishing your work on a web site, go to sitesell at the end of this article.
For links to newspapers, publishers [including POD publishers], Online Newsletter publishers, and other marketing resources, go to Marketing.
The links below are quite helpful. Family History is a free site.
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