13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories by Dr Bill (William L) Smith

Yesterday I reviewed this great book by Bill Smith. Today I have a real treat.

I have a digital copy of the book to give away – as this is an e-book the give away will be international.

So what are you waiting for?

To enter and have a chance of winning please leave a comment about what your genealogy plans are if you win the copy of the book along with your email address.

The giveaway is open from today until 3rd April 2013 and the winner announced on this blog & via email.Β The winner will be selected by www.random.org

The giveaway is now CLOSED

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13 Responses to 13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories by Dr Bill (William L) Smith

  1. My genealogy plans if I win a copy of this book are to use the ideas in the book for inspiration while I write up the history of my Fullerton family.
    Email ausgenjourneys at gmail dot com.
    Thanks Julie and Dr Bill Smith for this competition.

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  2. Kristin says:

    Hopefully the book would give me more ideas about blogging my family history and doing a book.

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  3. Thanks, Julie, for being a book blog host, and running a competition. Be sure to include an email address in each comment to quailify! πŸ˜‰

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  4. Terrific idea! My plan is to work on two family history books. I need to collect any memories I can from extended family members about my great-aunt who was a missionary in Alaska in the 1940s and hopefully some stories about her grandfather who survived the Civil War.

    My email address is vallain@verizon.net

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  5. I like the strategy of working to topics/themes. I've already bought my copy so no need to include me in the draw πŸ˜‰ Look forward to reading it …thanks for the tip off.

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  6. Karen says:

    If I win a copy of this book, It is my hope that the book will guide me through the process of writing an interesting family history that I could be proud to present to my family.

    Email: karynyts@yahoo.com.au

    Thank you for the opportunity to win such a great book!

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  7. Wendy says:

    I'm always looking for new ideas. I want to compile my research and stories into a book, but how to start, that's the question.

    My email: wendymath@cox.net

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  8. Each of the comments is greatly appreciated, Thank you! Bill πŸ˜‰

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  9. Unknown says:

    I've been thinking about starting a blog, and possibly writing a family history book. I think this book would be a great help for both of these endeavors. mdsmith25 at ktis dot net

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  10. My plan is to figure out how to tell my grandfather's story. I've been stuck in fact-gathering mode and after attending RootsTech this year, I've finally come to grips with the fact that I need to start telling stories…even if they are just snippets and not a full “book.”

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  11. Michael it is easy to get stuck in fact gathering mode. Because genealogy is a detail specific hobby we naturally strive to be all inclusive and therefore hate to publish before it's all complete. If we do that we will never get it written! – Perhaps work on an anthology of your ancestors?

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  12. This book sounds super! I am all about the stories, and I'd love to have more ways to share them and communicate them, especially to the younger generations.

    I'm mcgeachy42 AT bellsouth DOT net

    Thanks!
    –Barbara McGeachy in Raleigh, NC

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  13. This book sounds super! I am all about the stories, and I'd love to have more ways to share them and communicate them, especially to the younger generations.

    I'm mcgeachy42 AT bellsouth DOT net

    Thanks!
    –Barbara McGeachy in Raleigh, NC

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