Stephanie Pitcher Fishman, Author

Fiction & Non-Fiction Rooted in Personal Story

Books by Stephanie Pitcher Fishman

Whether you are looking for a fun Saturday read, a little bit of encouragement for life with a chronic illness, or you want a guide to help you get more out of your genealogy research and family storytelling, you'll find what you need here. Discover the fiction and nonfiction, including stories of chronic illness and family history research guides, written by author Stephanie Pitcher Fishman.
Researching Religions Bundle: Quakers and Plain Religions

Researching Religions Bundle: Quakers and Plain Religions

This book is an ebook bundle that contains TWO titles in the Quick & Easy Guides for Genealogists series: Researching Your Quaker Family History and Researching the Plain Religions. More info →
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The Widow Teal

The Widow Teal

What would you do if you thought your husband had died, but he didn’t? This cozy thriller has a mix of humor and suspense that is sure to get you hooked. More info →
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Researching Your Quaker Family History

Researching Your Quaker Family History

In Researching Your Quaker Family History, you will find tips, tricks, and information relating to the structure of the Society of Friends meetings, the records that they produced and how you can use them to learn more about your family. More info →
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Finding Eliza

Finding Eliza

When Lizzie Clydell agreed to join her grandmother at the church’s genealogy group meeting she expected nothing more than lemon squares and a few stories. Instead, an old diary leads Lizzie down a dusty road of lies, hidden family secrets, and a lynching that nearly destroyed her family. More info →
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Family Story Toolkit: Using Nonfiction, Creative Nonfiction, and Fiction to Tell Your Stories
Researching the Plain Religions

Researching the Plain Religions

Plain religions, also called Plain People, are described as being Christian religious sects within the Anabaptist group that follow practices of simple living, separation from the world, and plain dress. Though each are researched following standard practices for church records, it is helpful to know how each community is structured so that the correct records can be located. More info →
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