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How to Write an Obituary: What?

WHAT CAN AN OBITUARY DO?

How to Write an Obituary: What? An Obituary makes a public announcement, a death announcement, which is a legal process. Beyond that it can be, and I think could be many things to family, friends, work associates, and to the general public.

WHAT CAN AN OBITUARY BE?

How to Write an Obituary: What? An Obituary can be, in addition to the death announcement, information on memorial services, burial location, and it can share who the lost loved one was to family and loved ones. It can share the names of family members and create a permanent published link for future generation.

BOOK LAUNCH: HOW TO WRITE AN OBITUARY WORKBOOK

How to Write an Obituary: What? How To Write an Obituary WORKBOOK —Enhancing the Story, Embracing Genealogy & Recent History —the Family Tree, shares many things which can be served now and later by the published article. It’s available on Amazon.com for purchase inexpensively. It’a available for Kindle, computer, pad or phone. And again, as a MAC user, I received a lot of help from Apple on this book. Hope you enjoy it and it serves you well. And, if you want to write our Dallas Writer’s Group meets the second and fourth Wednesday evenings. Check it out.

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About Janna Longfellow Hughes

Stories Online and Free Tips for Writing and Videoing Your Story, Expert Interviews and Online help from retired True Story Producer Janna Longfellow Hughes.

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