A Life in 10 Chapters
Don't you wish your parents and grandparents had written down their memories or filled out that book you gave them so the story of their life wouldn't be forgotten? Here's your chance to do that; a way to write someone's biography even if you don't know how to write. Using a tape recorder and asking these pre-written questions, you record their answers. When you print it out, omit your questions, leaving just the answers and voila! You have the person's memoirs in their own words! This book has step-by-step instructions to use with a computer and printer or a typewriter. It includes 10 chapters of questions covering every stage in a person's life, suggestions for photos to include, and how to print and bind your book. You'll create the most priceless gift possible - the memories of someone you love. And when you're finished, why not write your own? If you don't do this, who will? And when?
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