Here at the Springfield Genealogy Examiner desk we are continually looking for different ways to encourage each and all family history and genealogy researchers and writers to share their finding with family and interested others. Therefore, we are pleased to share the information that the Second Edition of our "13 Ways To Tell Your Ancestor Stories" workbook is now available in print from directly from the printer, ahead of release at Amazon.com and elsewhere.
This workbook is the companion to the Dr. Bill Tells Ancestor Stories blog which regularly shares family stories and encourages others to so so, by example and by using various available techniques. The workbook includes a worksheet at the end of each of thirteen sections with useful questions to help determine which of the many methods of sharing stories will be most effective in any given situations.
To learn more about both the workbook and the blog, stop by the blog on Monday, March 11, for further information about the planned Book Blog Tour later in the month including reviews, guest blog posts and author interviews as well as giveaways. How many different approaches do you use to 'tell your ancestor stories.'
I hope you will also subscribe to my series, above or below, as well, if you have not done so already, leave a comment, and share this article with others. You might also enjoy my blogs: Dr. Bill Tells Ancestor Stories, Dr. Bills Book Bazaar and The Homeplace Series. Visit my lenses at: Dr. Bill Tells Exciting Stories. Also see The Heritage Tourist at The In-Depth Genealogist.