Posts Tagged With: homeschool

Branching Out Available on Kindle and Nook April 20, 2012

Did you know my two latest books are coming out by May 8! Branching Out: Genealogy Lessons for Adults and Engaging the Next Generation: A Guide for Genealogy Societies and Libraries. In addition, there will be the option to purchase the full 30 lesson set for each age group in one paperback book! You can […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Attend Genealogy Day Saturday

Are you looking for a FREE day of genealogy fun and education? If so, you should register for the the Fountaindale Library’s Genealogy Day on Saturday! Debra Dudek has planned for you to hear four speakers, which includes me, enter a giveaway for door prizes, explore the vendor room and purchase books which may be […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Get Out and Be Social

You have heard us all talk about being social online. But what about taking that a step further and actually meeting some of your online friends IN REAL LIFE? Some of you know I made three really amazing friends in the last year on Twitter and FaceBook. Together, we form the Fab Four, as Laura […]

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“Like” Corn and Cotton on FaceBook

My friend and editor, Stephanie Pitcher Fishman just started a FaceBook page for her business, Corn and Cotton. Go check it out!

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Follow Friday – Launching Kids Genealogy Lessons

I am working with a two companies, On the Beaton Path and Base Zero Productions, to build a brand new website which will hopefully launch by April 1. When the website launches I will have a way to easily collect email addresses for the new newsletter I will be launching by June. By April 1 […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Read Forgotten Tales of Illinois

The History Press’s Forgotten Tales of Illinois by Bryan Alaspa is a book about twenty-four well-known and not so well-known and forgotten tales of Illinois history. Some of the events were so incredible and devastating that I could not believe I had never heard about them prior to reading this book. The author tells the […]

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