APH Weekly Blog Roundup: APH Conference News, A Memoir Book Review, A Good Investment, and Mommy Art

This week’s collection of blog postings by members of the Association of Personal Historians is chock-full of information about our upcoming conference in Texas with a peek at a seminar presenter as well as discussions of creativity and some important investments.

Lisa Kagan of Family Heirloom Arts invites us to check out mother artists and writers in The Miracle of You, Writing and Art by Dawn Thompson.

“Check out original visual art and writing created by mother artists and writers in Art of Motherhood online Community Gallery…” (continued)

Steve Pender of Family Legacy Video gives us Episode 6 of The Life Story People Podcast in Meet Pre-Conference Seminar Presenter Patricia Charpentier-APH6.

“In this segment, Life Story People Podcast host Steve Pender speaks with Patricia by phone about her career and her pre-conference seminar, From Transcript to Terrific, Bringing Experiences to Life.” (continued)

Karen Bender of Leaves of Your Life explores the new benefit financial service agencies are providing their clients in Invest in Your Family’s Story: A Sliding Scale of Options.

“The Wall Street Journal recently published a piece about a new benefit financial services firms are offering their “ultrahigh-net worth clients:” family history chronicling.” (continued)

D. Fran Morley, writer, editor, and APH Content Editor, posts all the yummy information we need to know about this years conference in Kick It Up! APH Conference Registration Opens Soon.

“For the 21st year, personal historians from around the world will gather to learn more about how to “kick up” their business with workshops and panel discussions, hear from exciting keynote speakers, and enjoy networking—lots of networking!” (continued)

Sarah White of True Stories Well Told writes a review of a new memoir book in Book Review: “Shimmering Images” by Lisa Dale Norton.

“I purchased the book, hoping it would be revealing about the phenomenon that fuels Flash Memoir–the inexplicable flashes that stick in memory, that momentarily make what’s in the dark visible.” (continued)


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