I’m Thankful for Geneabloggers

One thing I hate about Christmas–it tends to take over the whole month of November and December, and Thanksgiving tends to get thrown in as an afterthought.  I love Thanksgiving because it reminds me to stop and think of all of the many reasons I have to be grateful.

This month I am busy being grateful for my talent.  If you haven’t already noticed, I’m a writer. I have never written a full-length novel, and I am taking advantage of NaNoWriMo to get a good start on one. This means that I won’t be writing full posts in my blogs for a few weeks.

I have decided that this would be a great time to explore Geneabloggers and see what I can find that interests me.  And for a genealogist and writer, nothing is more interesting than a good book about real people.  Enter Literature and Genealogy by Jeannie M. Martin (http://www.literatureandgenealogy.com).

Check out Jeannie’s recent commentary on some great genealogical reads:

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2 thoughts on “I’m Thankful for Geneabloggers

  1. I came across your mention of my blog while doing some new research on literature and genealogy. What a lovely surprise, first to see my name and work here and then to discover your interesting, well-written blog. Thank you, Jeannie

    • You are welcome! I loved your blog because I am a voracious reader and I feel drawn to know the people who make up my past. You combine history and literature so well. I feel like I should be thanking you. I am glad you enjoyed my blog.

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