Monday, October 1, 2012

Get early free access to next genealogy e-book

By Robin Foster   Posted at  12:04 PM   1 comment

Thank you for the huge response to my first e-book: "Genealogy:  11 Ways to Document Death."  I have received many great responses, and I have sent it to a huge number of folks.  Thanks to all of you who shared it with your friends on Facebook.

I would especially like to thank Tina Sansone, BellaOnline's Genealogy Editor, for sharing it with her readers:
Genealogy - 11 Ways to Document Death Review.

Because of the great response I have received so far, I am offering early free access to my next e-book.  All you have to do to receive a copy will be to suggest a genealogy topic that you struggle with.  Send your response to, and put "Early Free Access" in the subject line with the topic you choose.  Feel free to explain what you are looking to learn in the body of the e-mail.  Every person who shares a topic will get the next e-book as soon as it is published before it is announced.

This is a chance to have me expound on the area of research that you find most difficult without all the "fluff" that can be in a book.  So are you game?  Let's have some fun!

Be sure to check out my latest genealogy articles:  National Genealogy Examiner

Robin Foster

About the Author

Robin is the National Genealogy Examiner and a member of the South Carolina Genealogical Society - Columbia Chapter. She has presented for the following chapters: Anderson, Pinckney, Greenville, Columbia. She presented at the 41st Annual Summer Workshop of the South Carolina Genealogical Society held at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History July 12-13 in 2013. Libraries and museums that have requested presentations that she has honored include: Lexington County Public Library (Cayce Branch), Union Carnegie Library, Richland Library (Main), Greenwood County Library, and Union County Museum..
Find Robin in other places: Entire Online Presence

1 comment:

  1. Suggested New Topic: Multiple Marriages, Divorces & Children


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