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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
This book is an encouraging guide to recording family history interviews. The author addresses sensitive areas very well and emphasizes how much a recording of you telling your own... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. M. Nelson
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