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Lynn Palermo

     Lynn Palermo is a family historian with a love for the written word. She is the writing and accountability coach at the Family History Writing Studio. She spends most of her days helping her students enrolled in her flagship writing course, The Masterclass. As a freelance writer and research coach, she has written for Internet Genealogy, Discovering Family History, and Family Chronicles magazines. Named one of the Top 40 Genealogy Blogs by Family Tree Magazine, her posts have also been featured on The National Genealogical Society website.

     But Lynn's passion lies in teaching others how to write their family history stories. She guides family historians through writing their family history stories using a variety of mediums, including online courses, webinars, workshops, ebooks, and one-on-one conversations. Lynn holds a certificate in creative writing from the University of Toronto.

     The author of her own family history book, The Waters of My Ancestors, Lynn knows all too well the challenges genealogists face in writing their family history narratives and producing family history books your family will love. Also, Lynn has written a family history children’s book, Maman’s Special Job and a novella about her 3rd great grandfather, A Journey of Hope, Kilkenny to Canada.

Lynn Palermo

Writing Family History... Turning Research Into Shareable Stories

Saturday, November 19, 2022
Steve Radack Community Center
18650 Clay Road

Meet & Greet 10:00 AM
Program Begins 10:30 AM

Welcome Family Historians. We believe that preserving family history for future generations can be unlocked with one special strategy…. stories! We know that your all-embracing community is looking for you to write those stories. We trust that you’re ready to shape your research into something lasting and priceless.

If you plan to attend the November meeting virtually, please click on the link above to register. 

Presentation Handouts (click to download)....

Program will be in-person, and via Zoom, unless otherwise stated.

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