Category: geneology


Why free and fast “open” book publishing is a godsend

“Open” or ancillary publishing means that you can get your book published and sold for $25 or less (nothing if it’s an ebook) and on sale in hours or days through Kindle, iPad, Nook, CreateSpace, Smashwords, Lulu, Blurb, Kobo, and/or Scribd. May I share two short, true stories about folks to whom ancillary publishing may […]

8-step process to publish in Kindle, Nook, iPad, Lulu, CreateSpace…

What you must do to prep and publish your book through the “ancillary” (or open) publishers (Kindle, Nook, Smashwords [iPad and Kobo], CreateSpace, Lulu, Blurb, and Scribd is fairly straightfoward, though each has a different submission system (and selling success). It doesn’t matter much what kind of book it is (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cookbook, photo, […]

Want to be a family hero–maybe forever?

Here’s a step-by-step guide that can make you the best known member in your family during your lifetime and for hundreds of years beyond. The tree planter from today forward. No kidding. I published this book in 2008, to modest fanfare. Now, suddenly, we’re hustling to keep up with the unexpected orders for Your Living […]

Tuesday May 31st, 2011 in digital genealogy, e-publishing, family roots, family tree, genealogy | Comments Off on Want to be a family hero–maybe forever?