Return from #APH2015

I spent the last week in Sacramento at the Association of Personal Historians‘ annual board meeting and conference. It was a week that looked a lot like this…

Icebreaker activity at APH 20th anniversary conference opening reception: show a photo of yourself at 20, tell the story.

Icebreaker activity at APH 20th anniversary conference opening reception: show a photo of yourself at 20, tell the story. 

and like this…

Patricia Charpentier presenting on electronic editing (photo by Fran Morley)

Patricia Charpentier presenting on electronic editing (photo by Fran Morley)

and from wherever I happened to be, like this…

aph tweets

…because I had made a personal commitment to try tweeting.

It was interesting trying to condense my thoughts to 140 characters (with room for hashtags) and I took satisfaction in just how close to that brink I could come.

We got a nice write-up in the Sacramento Bee after the conference closed!

And now back to True Stories Well Told’s usual round of memoir, writing prompts, and book reviews… if you enjoy this blog, participate! “Throw me somethin’ Mister”!

 

 

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My blog "True Stories Well Told" is a place for people who read and write about real life. I’ve been leading life writing groups since 2004. I teach, coach memoir writers 1:1, and help people publish and share their life stories.
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