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Tell Me So I Know: My Questions ... Your Answers Paperback – October 22, 2015
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I love the concept behind your book. Any tool that will get families talking and making records of their stories is so valuable! -Pam My dad passed away several years ago - sure wish I could have shared this with him so I WOULD KNOW! -Debbie What a fabulous way to preserve your family's history for current and future generations. - John Now that my parents and husband are gone, I think of all the things I wish I would have asked them; now I'll never know....but, I'll make sure my children know about me. - Charlotte Paul, this is a great book. Glad you have done this. -Peggy Even though my grandfather was sharp as a needle until the day he died, there are many, many questions that I wish I had asked him. -Doug AWESOME IDEA... I missed many questions that my son should know about my MOTHER.... So many things I would ask my Father every day.... don't wait... this can create memories forever... hand it down... -Lee Having lost both of my parents, there are a lot of unanswered questions that I still have. This would have been an asset in learning so much about them. I plan to pass this on to my daughter so she has all the answers! -Deanna I think this is a wonderful idea. I have a 93-year-old Mom. She has fascinating information on what she's lived through. This is a great way to get these experiences down while I still can. -Becky
About the Author
Paul Shike is the author of Tell Me So I Know and founder of Graceful Publishing. Paul grew up in Terre Haute, Indiana and attended Indiana University from 1977 – 1981. He currently resides in Dallas, TX. Paul unexpectedly became a writer as a result of wishing he knew more about the special people in his life. Paul’s father unexpectedly passed and Alzheimer’s impacted his grandmother and aunt before he realized how much more he wanted to know about their lives.
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