Socorro Public Library presents a family legacy writing workshop
Learn the most important elements of writing a family history, writing an autobiography and developing writing skills. Find out how to get books published, edited and ready for print.
This workshop is sponsored by the library and is free to the public.
Everyone has a story from their ancestors, or even their own story to tell. Make ancestors come alive on paper. Make the family legacy something the children will be proud of.
Linda Weaver Clarke, lecturer and author, flies throughout the United States presenting her workshop to libraries. Mary Jo Gohlke, adult programming for Stockton Library, wrote: “Ms. Clarke appeals to genealogists and aspiring authors. I was terribly impressed! The people were genuinely attuned to what she presents. She knows her subject and can present it wonderfully.
“She is thorough, professional, yet strikes just the right chord with her audience.”
Clarke will teach the workshop at the Socorro Public Library, 401 Park St., on March 1, from 2-4 p.m., thanks to the Friends of the Library for their generous sponsorship.
The author’s award-winning novel will be available after the event. To learn more about her classes, visit: www.lindaweaverclarke.com.