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Good Morning. It is a pleasure to read the grand story you posted this morning. Intriguing and sad, curious and wondering if the "creature" wil live there forever. Thank you for sharing it.
I'm not sure, as a new member of this group, if I will be able to live up to the standards. But I do write every day--sometimes silly little stories, but the faucet has been turned on since my retirement, and the drips continue to insist they be given a chance.
I will look eagerly for more postings.
Hi Eileen -
Well, I just read Chapter-1 (the Prequel) on your journal page and I have to say you turn a pretty good phrase, my dear!www.aarp.org/community/editor/fckeditor/editor/images/smiley/msn/regular_smile.gif" alt="" /> Really, it's very well written. You definitely have the gift and I think it's so cool that you are preserving the family history in such a meaningful, creative way. Keep that faucet running! www.aarp.org/community/editor/fckeditor/editor/images/smiley/msn/teeth_smile.gif" alt="" />
When you finish your series of family history stories you can have them published in book form through a POD (Print On Demand) publisher like LuLu.com or CreateSpace.com. With those two publishing venues you have to do all the page formatting yourself. They give you all the information and instruction on how to accomplish that and it costs little to nothing at all to use their service. Or, if like me you're more comfortable having it done for you, you can pay for the service at some other POD like OutskirtsPress.com. But I suggest you avoid PublishAmerica.com and iUniverse.com. Their reputations leave much to be desired.
In any case, it's a wonderful thing you're doing by preserving the family history in this way.www.aarp.org/community/editor/fckeditor/editor/images/smiley/msn/thumbs_up.gif" alt="" />