Family Recollections Books
Not everyone is fortunate enough to capture the recollections of a beloved family member before they leave this earth. If you have done so and are wondering how to best share your collected documentation, consider publishing your very own Family Recollections Book. Your personal Family Recollections Book may contain stories, anecdotes, and black and white or color pictures from your family’s past. You could even include images from your family tree or other genealogical items, if desired. You can do it all yourself with the help of a little book I wrote called, “Help Yourself”. Learn more about it at http://www.phrasethesaurus.com/index_Help_Yourself_Publish_Book.htm
“A Sad Saga In 1940’s America – How A 10 Year Old Boy Perceived Events” by Robert S. Wiltshire is a Family Recollections Book published by Sybrina Publishing. This book is more of a historical novel, than a memory book but it was written in the late stages of life by a grandfather who wanted his grandchildren and future generations to have a glimpse into his life as a child in 1940’s America.
Nazis in America? Yes, it’s true. In 1940’s America, Hitler tried to gain a foot hold amongst those who were sympathetic with his cause. The ultimate prize for helping him attain his goal was for one nefarious religious organization to earn the right to possess all of the souls in the United States and Canada. But in one little town in the boot heel of Missouri, Hitler’s plans were foiled. Of course, most of the good citizens never knew how much danger they were nearly in or that they were disturbing any plans of the Third Reich. But dastardly deeds were roiling behind the scenes of the country store and the county fair. And a 10 year old boy was right in the big middle of all the happenings. This is his story and it will have you laughing buoyantly, knitting your brow in consternation and shaking your head disbelievingly at how his young mind perceived the events of the times.
The first Family Recollections Book offered by Sybrina Publishing is “My Dad’s House—Recollections captured by Leona Rice”.
My Dad’s House
Recollections captured by Leona Rice
Not everyone is fortunate enough to capture the recollections of a beloved family member before they leave this earth. Leona Rice spent hours and hours in phone conversations with her father, Manuel Leon Long, writing his memories on any scrap of paper she happened to have handy. The result is this book, which she hopes will be read and enjoyed by family members and friends of the family for generations to come.
Leona says she is an artist, not a writer but after reading this book you may well agree that she is both.
Links to online stores where these book may be purchased.
Help Yourself By Sybrina Durant
Amazon – Kindle
Amazon – Paperback
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