Will Your Years of Genealogy Research Last Even After You Pass Away?
Did you know that at my other site Abundant Genealogy, there is a free download every Friday? This week our focus is on celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I and remembering our military ancestors. Click HERE to check out RESOURCE LIST: Remembrance Weekend 2018 – a resource list of FREE ACCESS sites for World War I records and how to find information on your ancestors who served.
Once you’ve located those records, photos and more, are you sure you know how to protect them so they can be accessed by future generations? The Genealogy Future Proofing Action Plan is a key part of my best-selling book After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research. I want every genealogist to get serious about preserving the legacy of their years of research, so for this weekend only, I’m making After You’re Gone available for free!*
Starting today through Sunday, November 11th, I’m making this book (a $2.99 USD value) available for FREE! Click HERE for your Amazon Kindle copy NOW before it’s too late!
* Free access to After You’re Gone available through Sunday, November 11th
PDF Version Available FREE Too!
For those who want the PDF version, I am also making it available for free! Click HERE to download the PDF (610 K).
International Access to After You’re Gone
Readers in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and other countries can access the free Amazon Kindle version of After You’re Gone as well using the link above. Clicking the link should bring up your country’s version of Amazon with the free download link.
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If you do download and read After You’re Gone, if possible, please take a minute to write a review over at Amazon so other genealogists can understand how this book will help them save money while searching for their ancestors.
How Do Free Kindle E-books Work?
The easiest way to get your copy of After You’re Gone is to click the link or image 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 After You’re Gone
Try as we might, we really have little control over what will happen to our possessions, even our bodies, after we die. Yes, we can draw up legal documents, we can express our wishes to family members and more; however, there are no guarantees when it comes to these matters. The best we can do is prepare, plan and communicate now.
When it comes to years of genealogy research and material that you have accumulated, what plans have you made to ensure that this legacy does not die with you? In After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research, you will find valuable advice on creating a realistic plan to get your “genealogy affairs” in order. Make sure that the next generation of researchers can benefit from your years of hard work and following your passion.
After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research covers a wide range of topics including:
- The Perils of Inaction: Lost Genealogy
- Action Plan Options
- Getting Organized
- Taking Inventory
- Working with Societies, Libraries and Archives
- Technology to the Rescue
- Best Practices for Genealogy Future Proofing
I hope you enjoy After You’re Gone: Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research and remember to take action NOW when it comes to making sure your years of genealogy research don’t go to waste.
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