Rootstech saw the error of their ways. They are adding a few more booths to the vendor hall and have offered three to Family Roots Publishing Company. You can read Leland’s blog post here.
We are glad to see that Rootstech is listening to the genealogy public and making the changes. I do hope that a few more of the book or crafting vendors will be given space as well.
Last week, fellow genealogist and friend, Amy Coffin (of the The We Tree Genealogy Blog) released her new book, The Big Genealogy Blog Book, on a few sites. As of now, it is available to be downloaded in a PDF file, or for your Kindle. When asked, Amy advised it would be on the Nook soon.
I downloaded a copy from Amazon right away because Amy has spent a lot of her time giving the genealogy community numerous topics to keep their blog fresh. For $2.99, she does not let you do down. Her book is great for a novice blogger or those of us who have been around for a bit and still need help keeping our blog content fresh.
Chapter 7 gives you 52 ideas, 52 weeks
Chapter 8 gives you 52 Weeks to better genealogy
Chapter 9 is 52 Weeks of personal genealogy and history
and the bonus is Chapter 10 – 25 great topics for genealogy society blogs.
Now, I do not write a blog for any society. To be honest, I have enough trouble writing here most of the time. But, this chapter has many great ideas that can be used as a monthly post for a society.
If you have not had a chance to download or read Amy’s book, I highly recommend you do that now. You can download it here.