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Author Roccie Hill Launches New Service: “Ghost Writing: Bringing Your Family Tree To Life!”

My friend, Tina Sansone, sent me the following press release: August 26, 2015: Palm Desert, California – Acclaimed author, Roccie Hill, today launches her innovative new service for genealogists and their clients: “Ghost Writing: Bringing Your Family Tree to Life!” Through this service, Roccie is available to take the map and facts of a family’s […]

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NEHGS Appoints Christopher C. Child as Editor of the Mayflower Descendant

The following is from NEHGS: New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) Announces Appointment of Christopher C. Child as Editor of the Mayflower Descendant August 19, 2015 — Boston, Massachusetts — Christopher C. Child, Senior Genealogist of the Newbury Street Press at New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS), has been named editor of the Mayflower Descendant, […]

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Have a Book to Publish? “Producing a Quality Family History” Can Help

What does it take to put together a family history worth reading? The short answer is time, money, and effort. However, after all the work you have done in researching, collecting documents, gathering pictures, sorting, and recording genealogies and family stories, putting a family history together should seem like a piece of cake. To help […]

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Getting Started in #Genealogy Bundle – On Sale for 65% Off

As this week’s FRPC Exceptional Bargain Offer, Family Roots Publishing is offering 3 popular genealogy books as a bundle for 65% off – or individually at 25% off. The bundle is heavy, and can’t be shipped outside of the United States & Canada. To Purchase the bundle for just $19.20 (plus $8 p&h), Click Here. […]

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Stories To Tell

The folks at Stories to Tell are very good friends of mine that I have spent many hours talking with at conferences. When the brain & battery on my van quit at the Family Tree Expo Conference in Sacramento California, my wife Tara and I spent a week with them while our van was being […]

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Dallas Genealogical Society Announces 2014 Writing Contest with Cash Prizes

The following is from the Dallas Genealogical Society: Dallas, TX , January 3, 2014 – – The Dallas Genealogical Society is pleased to announce its 2014 Writing Contest for original material on topics of interest to genealogists and family historians. The contest is open to members and nonmembers of the DGS. Hobbyists, transitional, and professional […]

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