Your Life & Times: How to Put a Life Story on Tape - an Oral History Handbook
Genealogical Publishing Company, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 50 pages
"In this book you will find -- Chronologically arranged questions that take you from Birth to Retirement. Plus a special section on topics of interest such as Religion, Travels and Family Pets. Easy-to-read format, with abundant room for notes. Helpful tips for easy taping. Suggested variations including videotaping, creating a Memorial to a loved one, chronicling a family's history, turning memories into treasured gift book...and much more!" --Cover, p. 4.
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This is a great script to use if you are interested in telling your own story, especially on tape or dvd. It takes you from your earliest years to your retirement years, stimulating topics to talk about, and helping to jog your memories. It's composed of questions that you answer in chronological order. A wonderful way to get started with that life story you have thought about telling but never knew how to get started.