16:15 - 17:00

If current fashions don’t change the outlook for genealogists in the 22nd century could be extremely bleak.  The popularity of Facebook and Twitter will reduce the amount of content rich material available in the future and a techno-centred world is fraught with danger: forgotten passwords, closed accounts and corrupted computer files.   If we’re not careful the only records of life at the beginning of the 21st century will be the memoirs of Wayne Rooney or Katie Price.  Nicci Fletcher shares the ten benefits of saving your family’s history in a way that will stand the passage of time. 

Nicci Fletcher

Nicci Fletcher is like a stick of rock with “writer” printed through her core.  She wrote prolifically between the ages of five and 16 when dyslexia and a WritingDragon™ took control.  Since starting to write again in 2009 she has written four books, with eight more in the pipeline and many ideas in her writing “bucket list”.  She combines her love of writing, genealogy and 16 years experience as a business trainer in her work as a writing mentor.  Her regular articles in the Writing Magazine are helping people create written legacies for future generations thus preserving tomorrow’s history today.