In need of writing prompts? Looking for a gift for a friend who loves vintage photographs? Tattered and Lost: Telling Stories is now available from CreateSpace and Amazon. Click on the image to find out more!
A new and expanded edition of Tattered and Lost: Childhood. Available at CreateSpace and Amazon. Better price, more pages, larger trim size. Click on the image to read more about it.
To those thinking of appropriating images from my site to use on Pinterest understand you have no legal right to be using them. I ask that you cease this practice.
TATTERED AND LOST BOOK DESIGNS
Thinking of self-publishing a book? Been working on your family genealogy and want to share your research? Click the image above.
Genealogy enthusiasts know that organizing and de-cluttering the vast amount of documents required to create a picture of a family’s history can be intimidating and time-consuming. Sort Your Story is the only organizing tool you’ll need to store all of your important genealogy data in one place. Sort Your Story takes the puzzle pieces of your family history and helps you create a complete picture – and instantly identify what pieces are missing. Click on the puzzle piece to go to the site.
SORT YOUR STORY COMPANION GUIDES FOR MAC AND WINDOWS
What is Tattered and Lost?
Tattered and Lost is about some of the found and/or vernacular photography in my collection.
Unless you're an incredibly organized person you probably have a few stray photos tucked away that you've forgotten about. No matter how many family members or friends say they love you, sooner or later, a photo of you is going to slip through the cracks and end up in the hands of someone who knows nothing about you. Such are the photos at this site.
Photographs of the ordinary by the ordinary.
All photos are from my private collection. They may not be used in any manner without my permission. I retain all copyrights. Contact me if you wish to use one of them. You might be surprised by my answer.
All words are mine. I own them. Okay, well, the person who invented each word owns them. But I own my thoughts. It's about all I own. Don't steal my thoughts.