You don’t have to write a book to publish your family history research for future generations, and you don’t have to wait until you have eliminated every brick wall to start publishing.
That’s what one of my favorite bloggers, Denise Barrett Olson, has to say in a recent blog post. You can get all the details spelled out much more spiffily than I can do it by reading her contribution to FamilySearch.org’s Techtips at this link: http://goo.gl/KVjbn. A brief quote got me to thinking:
And, who says your family history has to be a book? Why not a documentary? Or a multimedia scrapbook? Or a blog?
While there take a look at some of the other Tech Tips.
Technology tips for genealogists and family historians.
You can take a look at Denise’s Moultrie Creek Gazetter at this link: http://moultriecreek.us/