Narrator: Lloyd A. Green
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2017, 3:30 pm
Program Location: Hamilton Grange Library
Every generation has a tale to tell but even true stories change with time. Documenting those precious details is one way to pull together family history but why shouldn’t that special narrative be really memorable?
During the session, the author will first discuss how to effectively build a factual family history. Afterwards, techniques on how to combine the history with an entertaining story, in order to draw the interest of family members and many others, will be discussed. The review will cover the interviewing process, document searches and storyline evolution that can produce a personal and entertaining family history narrative.
Lloyd A. Green, published author, will utilize his book, The Green Legacy, as an example for the session. The book is not only an exploration into the writer's family history; it’s also an exciting paranormal mystery.
Hamilton Grange Library
503 West 145th Street
New York, N. Y. 10031
I enjoy the mystery that writing a good story offers. Effective writing has occurred when the reader is forced to quickly look over their shoulder.