Let internationally acclaimed biographer and genealogist, Carol Baxter, show you how to write a family history — not just any old publication, but one that family members will actually want to read.
Her two writing publications are companion volumes. Genealogists should first read Writing Interesting Family Histories as it is the foundational publication. Then they should read Writing and Publishing Gripping Family Histories as it builds on the first book. These two books can be purchased individually or as a discounted set.
Of Carol's own writing skills, The Times (London) wrote of The Peculiar Case of the Electric Constable that it is "as lively and readable as a crime novel". America's Publishers Weekly (which helps bookshop managers purchase stock) praised another, The Fabulous Flying Mrs Miller, as being "a thrilling biography". That book is now being turned into a television series, The Aviatrix.
Thus, Carol has the knowledge and skills to show you how to write family histories that will be genuinely interesting to your readers.