Laura Hedgecock has been blogging at Treasure Chest of Memories since 2013. She is originally from South Carolina, but she now lives in the Detroit Metro region of Michigan. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Genealogical Speakers Guild, Federal Genealogical Society, Detroit Working Writers, Toastmaster, local and regional genealogical societies. Laura is also the President of the esteemed GeneaBloggers Organization. She would love to have a conversation with anyone that would love to help out.
Laura writes, “I originally started blogging to try out ideas for my book, which is about telling the stories of the past.” The purpose of Laura’s blog is tips, prompts and to give advice for personal, ancestral, or family storytelling.
Surnames of interest are: Wilkinson, Dunaway, Angel, Lewis, Crymes, Clark, Savoy, Hedgecock, Tuffs, and DeBarr.
Some blog posts include:
- Describing Family Dynamics
- 5 Ideas for Writing about Turning Points
- Mindmapping Software for Writing and Family Storyteling
Happy Blogiversary Laura!
Submitted by Shannon Thomas
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