The Roots and War Writing Group will help participants take their stories, articles, and blog posts, to a deeper level by exploring topics beyond the basics of genealogy or military history or ancestral lineage studies.
Watch this short video about the group and then scroll down to learn more.
Are you ready to change your life through writing?
While holding space and providing a safe, sacred environment, I encourage, through writing and discussion, the exploration of grief, loss, trauma, family secrets, genealogical topics, inherited trauma, effects of the war on families in addition to the veteran, caregiving, spirituality and religion, PTSD, racism, LGBTQI, and any other topic that appears through the course of your writing and participation in this group. This writing group encourages you to go deeper than the basic facts. To dig deep into the emotions and ramifications of personal and family choices.
Throughout your participation in this writing group, you may also become aware of how your personal story and life changes. Everything is connected and there are many parallels beneath the surface facts we tend to gather about our families. Participation in this writing group is likely to change your life in large and small ways.
"The WWII Roots & War Writing Group is helping me to start turning research and recollections into concrete, written form. Reading the work of fellow writers is fascinating in itself and is also prompting new insights about my project. The constructive feedback is leading me to consider directions I had not thought of before. Another valuable benefit of the group's format is strengthening the conviction that our writing matters -- whether we are writing for personal understanding, to preserve a legacy for our families, or for a wider audience. The "office hours" offer additional opportunities to ask questions or explore related topics, such as publishing one's work. "
Learn what is included in the writing group and what is required.
You get one 30-minute Zoom consult to discuss with Jennifer your writing plans for the group. Not sure where to start? Need resources? We can discuss this in your consult. Must be scheduled after you register and complete your assessment.
The group meets once a month, via Zoom to provide feedback to members about their writing projects. Replays are available for group members.
Choose the time that fits your schedule. Both groups meet the 2nd Thursday of the month. One at 12:30 p.m. CDT/CST and one at 7:00 p.m. CDT/CST.
The first Monday of each month at 11:00 a.m. CST/CDT Jennifer offers a live Zoom Office Hours session. Drop in to ask questions about research, writing, resources, and more. Replays are available for group members.
Each participant agrees to participate a minimum of six months which allows members to create trust and support each other more deeply. Email addresses will be exchanged for group members to allow sharing of drafts and comments.
As needed, I will provide worksheets, announcements about webinars, classes, books, articles, and other resources to help writers work through the topics about which they are writing.
"I found the office hours very helpful. I got two very good ideas from the guest expert, Liv Lowe, when she showed us one of her awesome books. I am going to incorporate two of her design ideas into my book. The discussion our group had about references was very helpful also. I had been wavering on what to do. I now have a plan. I like the monthly set office hour time. I had it on my calendar and that seemed to serve my purposes. "
"I appreciate the office hour time. In my working life I looked forward to weekly team meetings to discuss issues, ideas, what each team member is working on, round table discussions and how we can help each other. This monthly meeting is like that. It helps to build trust among the team or participating members. By having a dedicated time I can jot down questions or ideas in preparation for the next office hour meeting. "
"The Office Hours are a great way to add value to the online courses. I found the Office Hour I attended very helpful and efficient, providing opportunities to hear from a guest expert on self-publishing and ask focused questions about webinar-related topics. It was also another way to connect with fellow writers and benefit from their questions. "
The writing group has a $75 setup fee which covers your entry into the group plus initial Zoom private consultation with Jennifer and resources. There is also a $35/month subscription fee. As long as you are a paying member of the group you have access to all the meetings, replays, worksheets, and more.
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The WWII Research and Writing Center and Ancestral Souls is pleased to welcome you to the Roots and War Writers Group. This group will help participants take their stories, articles, blog posts, and books to a deeper level by exploring topics beyond the basics of genealogy or military history.
The WWII Research and Writing Center and Ancestral Souls is pleased to welcome you to the Roots and War Writers Group. This group will help participants take their books to a deeper level by exploring topics beyond the basics of genealogy or military history.
Watch a short video about Jennifer’s work and mission.
I am an intuitive healer, empath, and medium on a mission to help people Find the Answers to their family and military histories. Discovering the true stories of our families allow for family patterns, inherited trauma, and secrets to rise. This provides an opportunity to take a deeper look at our research and families to allow for healing and closure.
For more than 20 years I have studied genealogical records. For over a decade I have studied every branch of the military and their records for World War II. I am the original authority on how to find the answers, even if the records burned for military research for World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. I was the first to create the educational materials, books, live speaking, webinars, and online courses, to teach others the strategies. While I no longer teach these strategies, you can find my webinars and online courses on the WWII Education website.
I am in a unique position to help clients because I understand both the genealogy and military records and what information, secrets, patterns, inherited trauma, feelings, and emotions they may share. Through a decade of study in many aspects of ancestral lineage healing, energy healing modalities, inherited trauma, PTSD, grief & loss, caregiving, and spirituality, I now help clients process what comes up through the research in facilitation sessions. You can learn more about this side of my business on the Ancestral Souls website and the linked course website, Finding the Answers Journey.
I look forward to working with you to discover the true stories of your family.