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Best-selling genealogy author Nancy Hendrickson’s new book, 52 Weeks of Genealogy: Projects for Every Week of the Year, is a great way to get back into your genealogy research. She has outlined projects for every week of the year and I highly recommend this book! Download it NOW so you can work on those “genealogy New Year resolutions” in January!
Right now the Amazon Kindle version of this amazing book is available for FREE download (click HERE).
Note: For all my non-US followers, to get the Kindle version, just search for the title 52 Weeks of Genealogy: Projects for Every Week of the Year on your local Amazon platform (Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, etc.) and you’ll find the download is also free!
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If you do download and read 52 Weeks of Genealogy: Projects for Every Week of the Year, if possible, please take a minute to write a review over at Amazon so other genealogists can understand how this book will help them tackle those genealogy projects.
How Do Free Kindle E-books Work?
The easiest way to get your copy of 52 Weeks of Genealogy: Projects for Every Week of the Year is to click the links above. Or if you search on Amazon for the book, you’ll see either Add to Cart or Buy now with 1-Click® . . . just click either of those buttons.
Whatever you do, please DO NOT CLICK the “Read for free” button! This will sign you up for Amazon Kindle Unlimited and you’ll receive emails and . . . well it is just a mess!
But I Don’t Have a Kindle Device! Read On . . .
Did you know that Amazon provides a FREE Kindle App that you can install on a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or most any smart device? Click HERE to download the app . . . and don’t worry, the app is “responsive” which means it will know which version you need!
I have the Kindle App on my iPad and it works just like a Kindle device! I can change the font size, the word space and the lighting as well.
About 52 Weeks of Genealogy: Projects for Every Week of the Year
Climbing the family tree can take a lifetime. But that doesn’t mean you can’t finish small genealogy projects in just a few minutes a week. With my newest book, it’s super-easy to complete 52 projects in just a short time every week. And, accomplish more genealogy research than you thought was possible!
“I finally had the time to go through your book. I like the concise but thorough writing style and your examples. Very helpful. . . I have neglected my genealogy research for so long and I need a good “kick start”!” Janet Briggs Lettich
Want to do genealogy but don’t have the time to take on big projects?
Think of how great it would feel to complete at least one genealogy project every single week.
With 52 Weeks of Genealogy you won’t have to worry about not having enough time to work on your family history. That’s because the projects are designed to give you maximum benefit for minimal time.
Written by the author of the Unofficial Guide to Ancestry.com and the Unofficial Ancestry.com Workbook, Nancy Hendrickson is an expert in genealogy research and loves helping family tree climbers with easy-to-do projects.
If you’ve been putting off working on your family tree research, grab this book today and start having fun with 52 easy genealogy projects tonight.
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