Does Your Life Matter? Making History Helps You Discover Your Powerful Place in History

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Newly released book "Making History" appeals to genealogists, family historians, scrapbookers, and all those who want to learn and show how they have contributed to, and participated in, "big" history.

What you do, say, think and feel matters - to history. Find out how in the newly released 2nd edition of "Making History: how to remember, record, interpret and share the events of your life," based on author Kim Pearson's successful class.

"Before I read this book, we had tried and failed to get my father to share his stories of the past," said one librarian reader, "but with these fabulous timelines and writing triggers, now he's singing like a bird!"

Appealing especially to the large and growing population of genealogists, family historians, and scrapbookers, "Making History" provides a comprehensive, easy to use, fun method of exploring the times of one's life against a backdrop of historic events. "Making History" illuminates personal power, and provides an antidote to the apathetic assumption that one person cannot make a difference.

Kim Pearson is an author, ghostwriter, and teacher, providing a storytelling resource that helps people communicate their stories and ideas. In addition to her own fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, she has ghostwritten more than thirty non-fiction books and memoirs, which tell the stories of a wide variety of people and cover a broad range of topics. Eliciting color, drama, depth and detail that make these stories come alive on the page, Ms. Pearson helps people find their authentic voices and realize their inner wisdom.

Published by Primary Sources Books, an imprint of Wyatt-MacKenzie, "Making History" is available for $24.95 from,,, and is distributed through Ingram and Baker & Taylor.


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