Rutger Bruining of Story Terrace talks about creating movement in the world of life stories. He believes that having a book about your life should be the norm, not the exception, and his company is helping make that happen. They match up freelance writers with customers. If you’re interested in writing for them, give this a listen.
John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing talks about connecting with clients, identifying the problem you can help them solve, and the life story project he did for his own mom.
Janet Kirkman talks about writing life stories for pets (including show dogs) and for cherished possessions. The unconventional focus allows the story of a person or family to emerge.
Today’s episode is part 1 or our interview with Janet Kirkman, a 15-year veteran or life story writing. She talks to us about writing life stories, clients who self-publish, teaching memoir classes, and more.
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Who takes responsibility of documenting a family’s memories?
After becoming a mom, Hilary Robison also took on the mantle of “keeper of family memories.” Her experience led her and her husband to found Legacy Tale, where they help clients “learn how intentional living, memory-making, and technology come together to build stronger families and make life more enjoyable.”