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How to Write an Obituary: When?

WHEN TO WRITE AN OBITUARY

How to Write an Obituary: When? An obituary can be written at different times. First, is when a loved one dies suddenly. We are often called on in during those times. But what about when a relative or close friend suffers from a fatal illness? In this case you can work in advance, and work in conjunction with them, if they prefer, to gather the necessary information. And, as many people do today, you can work ahead on your own Obituary. When you think of what it might say, even that might direct your path.

THREE TIMES TO WRITE AN OBITUARY

How to Write an Obituary: When?

1. SOON. A loved one dies suddenly, so you write soon afterward death

2. OVER TIME. A relative or close friend suffers from a fatal illness, which depending on the length of time remaining, could be worked on and roughed in advance of death

3. NOW & LATER. You can work ahead on your own, now

BOOK LAUNCH: HOW TO WRITE AN OBITUARY WORKBOOK

How to Write an Obituary: When?

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 with a One-to-One account, I received a lot of help from Apple on this book. Hope this helps!

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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