We made it to the end of the month, you and me!
This woman’s story really struck me.
Research shows how important it is for children to hear those stories, and how much better they do if they know them.
How do you choose to alert people who appear in your books that you are writing about them—or do you not alert them at all?
Recently I wrote some articles for Full Life Hawaii, and I thought I’d share them here as an example of one type of content marketing.
It’s a novel, albeit one using primary historical sources, about a biography. It’s a little complicated to describe, but it works.
It’s heartfelt stuff, hearing a person’s stories and learning what they mean to the person.
“There is also a dog, but he does not understand English.”— Isabella Bird, from The Hawaiian Archipelago
Do you know that buzz phrase “content marketing?”
There’s family history and then there’s family history. I’m going deep.
I just swabbed the inside of both my cheeks, put the swabs into a vial, and stuck them in a package, ready to zip it off to National Geographic’s Genographic Project.