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- with Rick Kamen, the Harnessmaker's Grandson
There are lots of ways to write your stories. The easiest is to tell them to a professional author who writes them for you.
I interview clients by telephone and record the conversations if appropriate. Then I write their stories in family story format so they will have lasting appeal to present and future readers.
Finished stories can be delivered by e-mail, fax, or postal service.
I'm not a plumber's school dropout, but I charge about half the hourly rate of one. For more economical alternatives, try contacting local writing groups, adult schools, colleges, or your grandkids. They're the best ones to write family stories with.
Whoever writes your stories should read Heirloom Stories from the Harnessmaker's Son to understand the style you want your stories written in. Click here to order a copy.
Another economical alternative is to buy tapes of our conversations. Either the first tape, where we are discovering your interesting stories, or a more polished tape where I interview you radio-style, asking questions that we know will prompt your good stories.
If you like the tape, you can order copies to be sent directly to your family and friends.
Tapes are a lot of fun, but if you want your stories to be enjoyed centuries from now, write them down and give them to your grandkids. They're your link to the future.
Have fun with your storytelling. It will make you happier and healthier as it benefits humanity.
We all thank you.
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