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Write Your Lifestory With the Help of a Fill-in-the-Blank Workbook

Write Your Lifestory With the Help of a Fill-in-the-Blank WorkbookClick Image To Visit SiteIt is ideal for writing an autobiography or for getting an aging parent or grandparent to open up and, finally, get those cherished family stories preserved for the ages.

…and the responses that come from that digging, will generate the most valuable gift that you could ever give your kids and grandkids.

Memorygrabber is a PDF file, which is commonly referred to as an e-book. An e-book is simply a downloadable "book/file" and is read using the free Adobe Reader or FoxIt PDF Reader (Note: the FoxIt Reader for PC only allows one to type and save their responses on the PDF file itself. This is the most popular method of using Memorygrabber. Please see video near bottom of page!)

Of course, it will also help you organize and preserve the memories that you still cherish and have on the forefront of your memory.

Your story and life experiences are, by far, more valuable than anything else that you will leave your kids and grandkids.

Memorygrabber’s powerful memory triggers will help you preserve hundreds of things that your kids and grandkids will want to know about your life someday…

She was always good about keeping a journal about her life, but these journal excerpts were those kept by her parents, grandparents, great grandparents and then even her great-great grandfather.

The oldest journal/life history that she has in her possession is that of her great-great grandfather John Murdock. He was born in the 1790s.

On Christmas afternoons, during my later teen years, you would have found me with my nose stuck in those pages.

Everyone has a story to tell and every family deserves to know a little about from whom they’ve descended.

My hope is that this workbook will inspire you and help you to tell the story of your life ….a story that no one else in the entire world is more qualified to tell than you!

I’ve met people who have told me stories of fascinating things that they’ve done and exciting places that they traveled to.

These were stories that really gave me an insight as to who that person was and what made them the person that they presently were.

One thing I can tell you, for sure, is that when my ancestor John Murdock wrote what he did, he didn’t have the benefit of spell check like we do today! And yes, sometimes that fact is obvious in his writing.

I just wanted them to actually get started and, in the end, have something in hand…that could be passed on to posterity!

I had always been a fan of memory prompt books that I’d find in bookstores. These books had questions followed with lots of space for you to write in the answer to each question.

Eventually they’d get a little boring, so I set out to improve upon those and to come up with a "Mega" memory prompt book!

"My earliest recollection of my father is…." or… Read more…

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