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Ebook Writing the Stories of War

Ebook $20.00

While this book is WWII foundationally based, the writing prompts apply to any 20th century war.

The tools include:

  1. Reasons to write the stories of war.
  2. Tips to help you organize your thoughts and sources before you write.
  3. Writing formulas to help you organize your stories.
  4. More than 500 writing prompts covering multiple themes for writers in the U.S. and overseas.
  5. Suggestions on how to share your stories on memorial websites and through books.
  6. Additional resources for writing the stories of war.

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Finding the Answers through WWII Writing

Would you like to start writing your stories today with more help?

Stories have the power to transform us. Throughout our lives, the stories we have heard may shape our identity. They may shape the perspective we have on life, the past, present, and future, ourselves, and those we love. Stories may raise questions about the war, family secrets, those who were lost, and things we discover through our research.

Take a walk with me for five weeks, through a WWII family story. Each week you will receive access to a new module to help you explore your family & military stories. The target of this course is help you put a story on paper and view it from multiple perspectives to see how you, your family, and the story have grown, found answers, peace, and closure. Finally, you will have the opportunity to witness the changes in one of my stories as I vulnerably talk about moments in my life. 

Take a walk with me for five weeks to discuss:

Why We Write




Legacy & Closure

Are you ready to start this journey to explore your family & military stories?

What People Are Saying:

Finding the Answers Through WWII Writing: Wonderful course! Explores many angles of writing not usually found in most courses. Looking at different perspectives of people involved in the stories and sharing what impact it has on us. Really thought-provoking!

Lisa Alzo

Jennifer, thank you for offering this WWII writing course. Until now, I have been reading my father's unit's morning reports and unit histories, and methodically writing down details and putting together a timeline. Your course has opened my eyes to more than just the words on the page. I can see my father in the reports. I was a typical daddy's girl, so needless to say, I loved my father dearly. I thought I knew everything about him. Now I am beginning to understand more about my father, the person, and how the war impacted him and our family. I never thought about it until I started internalizing your questions and revisiting his life and mine. My father died before I started my family genealogy 20 years ago. In the beginning, I just wanted a picture of him in his uniform; no luck with that. That led me to look at his DD214 again, and to start searching his military history. I watched your Roots Tech presentation as it live-streamed and something told me to contact you. This course is a blessing to me. I'm learning so much through your guidance. My story is developing. Thanks again, Marie