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Bringing History to Life

Jun 27, 2020

presented by Rebecca Farnbach

  • Where to find historic information

  • How to resolve differences in narratives

  • How to write a historic narrative

  • How to organize historical material for enjoyable reading

  • Consideration of the audience in telling the stories

Rebecca’s first big break into publication was an article in Seventeen magazine when she was seventeen years old. Later, she wrote a recipe pamphlet for the Federal WIC (Women Infant Child) nutrition program. Over a ten years period she wrote six books in the Images of America series. In 1998, Rebecca started a writers’ critique group that still meets. The group has published over 130 books. The San Diego Christian Writers Guild honored Rebecca with several awards, including Writer of the Year, and she has received several poetry awards from other organizations. Her most recent publication is Dancing with Prayers in My Feet, a collection of her best poetry and prose. The publication of her collaborative Flavors of the Temecula Valley Wineries and Portraits of the Temecula Valley Wineries is in the works.

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