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Every family has a story that it tells itself, that it passes on to the children and grandchildren. The story grows over the years, mutates, some parts are sharpened, others dropped, and there is often debate about what really happened. But even with these different sides of the same story, there is still agreement that this is the family story. ~A.M. Homes

50 genealogy blogs---for mostly Australian and New Zealand users, but there are some really good worldwide links!

Every family has a story. Don't let yours be forgotten. 38 prompts to help you start compiling your family story today.

Stories | The Moth lots of great story telling ideas

Tips For Telling Your Family Stories - Have you always wanted to tell your family stories but don't think you are much of a writer? Do you spend so much time researching you aren't sure when you will ever have the time to record the stories of your ancestors' lives? Join Crista Cowan as she shares her best tips and tricks for writing and sharing your family hiSTORY! #genealogy

freepages.genealo... Karen Jacot Jacot Jacot Jacot Batchelor - love this idea for your kit

Collect your family's stories. Make a small journal about a particular family member with their stories inside! Use a print of their photo on cover. It may spark interest from your kids as you work on it.

Fascinated by the Dead: A Genealogy Blog

The process of telling your family story is just as important as knowing it. Good Housekeeping article: "The Root of All Things: 20 Questions"

In this digital day and age it's never been easier to preserve family memories from one generation to the next. Here are some tips for a successful "Life Story Interview" and a list of questions to get you started.