Have you written fiction stories based on your family history research? Have you considered doing so? Your family history and genealogy research can be used to inform your fiction writing. Let's consider some of the ways, together. What you don't want to do, of course, is tell your family story just changing names. But, you can use relationships you have observed to inform how you have your characters interact in the story you are creating. A common technique used by fiction writers is to change the gender of a known person with distinctive characteristics that they would like to incorporate into their story.
See the three Lists with examples of how this has been done.
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