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The pressures of modern living make it all too easy to become disconnected from our families, both geographically and psychologically. Embarking on a project to capture your loved ones on tape will not only bring everyone closer together in the here and now but will create a legacy of memories for future generations. Under the sage guidance of Mary LoVerde in Touching Tomorrow: How to Interview Your Loved Ones to Capture a Lifetime of Memories on Video or Audio, we learn how easy (if time-consuming) it can be to help family members open up, share memories, and reveal hopes and dreams, and how to record these interviews on video- or audiotape.
From overcoming resistance to making the speaker feel comfortable, and getting it all recorded to making this heirloom-to-be uniquely your own, LoVerde offers instructions and tips as well as moving recollections from those who have participated in the process. LoVerde's extensive lists of questions are perfectly geared to get the whole thing rolling, and even if your discussions never reach the taping stage, you'll gain valuable insights and hear touching remembrances from your own loved ones just from trying out the interview procedures. --Amy Handy
Mary LoVerde, who spreads her message of life balance through connection as a professional speaker, is the author of "Stop Screaming at the Microwave!" She lives with her husband and three children in Colorado.See all Editorial Reviews
It had some useful tips, and I was happy enough with it. Anyone wishing to really get into making good video memoirs will probably need a little more, however.Published 15 months ago by a1ac4
I bought the book based on two positive reviews. What a disappointment!
The book gives childish and extremely basic tips that you would have definately thought of yourself if... Read more