About Ancestral Exchange, LLC - East Falmouth, MAVisit website
Do you wish you knew more about your ancestors beyond their names and birthplaces? How amazing would it be to read stories of their childhood, family life, education, work experience, successes, regrets, and their words of wisdom?
What will future generations of your family wonder about your ancestors, and about you?
Don’t let your history be a mystery. Write your story.
As your memoirist, I facilitate the process of preserving your stories in book form. I offer several options to accommodate your preferences and budget and will customize the program specifically for you.
Should you choose guided autobiography, I will provide the framework and the prompts for your writing and will meet with you regularly to keep you focused and to review your progress. I will consult with you on formatting, photographs, cover design, and final printing.
If you prefer that I do the writing, I will conduct a series of recorded interviews, then transcribe and organize your memories, documents, family recipes and photographs into a custom-designed book. All you need to do is tell me your stories.
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“Yes, everyone famous has a book written about them. But not about average people, that was the problem. So Deb found a unique and overlooked solution, with family honoring their parents with utter devotion.
Giving Deb loads of information equally of our matriarchs and patriarchs; for this, she gave us high marks. She interviewed us in two-hour sessions, listening intently to the highs and lows of life's lessons, questioning timetables of our long history so in the oncoming book there would be no mystery. This kind, gentle, warm, and friendly interviewer put us at ease, quickly apparent to any viewer.
So why are we writing about our new friend Deb Levy? She did a fabulous job on this book, making it entertaining, informative but not too heavy. Photos of family and friends scattered among the pages bring back memories of family life in different stages. In closing, we’d recommend Deb for any family history book whether rich or poor. Because, when she is through, you couldn’t possibly ask for more.”