Happy New Year! Out with the old and in with the new but before we do that, let’s take a look back at the most read Genealogy At Heart posts from last year in descending order and a tie in 4th place:
10 VivaVolunteers! A Unique Opportunity for You
9 More on Accessing Records
8 Saturday Serendipity
7 Access to Preserved Records is Being Threatened!
6 My Grandfather’s C-File Has Finally Arrived!
5 Improving Your Genealogy Skills Semester II
4 Perseverance Amidst Adversity – The Ancestry of Three George Harbaughs
4 Genealogy Resolutions
2 Privacy and the Genealogist Part 2
1 Privacy and the Genealogist Part 1
If you’re on the east coast of the U.S., get a cup of cocoa, stay warm and enjoy re-reading these blogs.
Next week, I’ll rank articles that I did for other publications in 2017.
Happy New Year! I started the year off by completing one of my resolutions – to publish an eBook. Perseverance Amidst Adversity – The Ancestry of Three George Harbaughs (ASIN: B01N7O2NOE) was submitted for publication about an hour ago. It will be available on Amazon.com within 72 hours at the bargain price of $3.59. Extensively researched, this true story follows three generations of Georges and their loved ones during a time of tumultuous change in the United States. Perseverance is the background story for the next eBook I’m writing, Thanks to the Yanks, which will detail the experiences of an Indiana farm boy during World War I. I also plan on indexing a diary and then publishing it as an eBook which will be the 3rd in the series.
I plan to continue blogging twice weekly and will be a guest blogger for several genealogical organizations, too.
I’d love to hear your goals for 2017. If you haven’t identified them yet, no worries – I’ll give you some ideas in my next blog. In the meantime, I wish you a year full of great genealogy goodness!