Category Archives: Editing/Writing

Meet 2016 Pre-Conference Seminar Presenter Patricia Charpentier - APH6

All-day pre-conference seminars have proven to be popular offerings at APH conferences, and the 2016 APH conference in Fort Worth, Texas, will be no exception. In this podcast, you’ll meet APH member Patricia Charpentier. Patricia is the author of Eating an Elephant: Write Your Life One Bite at a Time and she’s one of two pre-conference seminar presenters for “Kick It Up,”… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: A Look at the 1970s, Your Writing Practice, Life Themes and a Train Ride

This week’s collection of blog postings by members of the Association of Personal Historians takes us on a trip through the 1970s, invites us to consider a writing practice, books us on a train ride, and asks us to contemplate the themes in our lives. Sarah White from True Stories Well Told has a guest post by Jeremiah Cahill… Read More »

APH Blog Round-up: Swing on a Star, DNA Journey and Telling Too Much

Take a ride with Patricia Hamilton as she explores her family history in the Basque Country of Spain in DNA Journey: The Power of Nature-Day #1. “It was difficult for me to imagine what shape my visit to the Basque Country of Spain, home to my most ancient ancestors, would take once I arrived. Would I find what… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Signs, Resolutions, and Rhythmic Action

This weeks collection of blog postings by members of the Associations of Personal Historians includes interesting reads about our writing selves, the resolutions we make and the stories that shape who we are. Sarah White from True Stories Well Told shares a guest posting by Sheila Bender which talks about writer’s block and suggestions for getting unblocked in… Read More »