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Follow Friday – Writing Sites February 28, 2013

I encourage everyone to write their family stories. You do not have to publish a book, but write the stories to pass to the next generation. This information is so important. To help you with this task, here are a few writing blogs I enjoy reading. Many have writing prompts to get the creative juices […]

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FGS 2011 Blogging Genspiration Session

Friday evening at FGS2011, I sat in on a Genspiration session which was run by Amy Coffin of The We Tree Blog. The concept of a Genspiration session was to set our own topic, sit around in a room and discuss it. An open discussion of what works, what doesn’t, questions we have, suggestions to […]

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Geneabloggers

Are you a genealogy blogger? Have you heard of Geneabloggers? Geneabloggers is a community resource for genealogy and family history bloggers. The site is run by Thomas MacEntee of High Def Genealogy. Anyone with a genealogy or family history blog may submit their URL to be included in the Geneabloggers roster of blogs. Geneabloggers provides […]

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2011 Genealogy Goals

I was reading Amy Coffin’s We Tree blog and her post about genealogy goals. She encourages us all to copy her and set our own personal goals. The three areas in which she set goals are: One research goal One organizational goal One writing goal One research goal: To conduct whatever new research is necessary […]

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