Books by Charles F. Harris together in one place with new information Tuesday, Oct 22 2013 

New author page for Charles F. Harris, so you can shop all his books in one place. Not also, this page contains access to book indexes and other information previously not available at GCI online.

August, 2013 Electronic Magazine – Production Wednesday, Aug 7 2013 

Some things you may consider when seeking permission to reprint:

  • Permission should be obtained in writing – perhaps even notarized of with a second family/estate signature. This can be difficult with people accustomed to corresponding by phone and email only, but sometimes sending a follow up sheet with SASE for “sign and return’ helps. Remember, protect those who reprint and  their decedents from whoever the Copyright holder may become, before it expires.
  • If the Copyright holder insists on having a document produced by a legal professional, know who will be paying for that service. If those seeking permission pay, that needs to be added to the total expense for reprint – thus all buyers share in the expense. Traditionally though, if you feel you need a costly service, you should pay for it. That said, never discourage legal work as this is a legal situation that impacts those beyond the currently living – better safe than sorry.

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Taken from
http://www.gregathcomany.com/publish/reprint.htm

FGS 2013 Irwin Author Signing Thursday, Aug 1 2013 

Join us in welcoming Dr. Lyndon N. Irwin, Ph.D. to booth #125 Friday, August 23 from 3:30-4:00 PM where he will be signing his books. We look forward to seeing many of you in Fort Wayne, Indiana this year.

Lyndon Irwin is an Agriculture Professor at Missouri State University. He is a member of the St. Louis World’s Fair Society and a popular speaker on World’s Fair topics. His writing about the Fair has been included in documentaries and public television programs. He is also the author of several literary works.

February 2013 E-Zine (V12#2): Marketing – Genealogy – Computers Monday, Feb 11 2013 

Participate in author forums – if you know of forums about your subject matter, don’t be shy there either. Be sure you know the ground rules so you don’t sound like an infomercial. Most groups have different sensibilities.

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/epublishmedia.html#market

September 2012 E-Zine (V11#9): Marketing Sunday, Sep 9 2012 

Some basic pages (any category may be multiple pages) you may wish to have include in an author/book website include:

  • Bonus content or special features not included in printed book –
    • Forum or Elist about the book content
    • Updated from author
    • Book buyer special offers

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This section is drawn from http://www.gregathcompany.com/web/

Index now searchable online: Crews family book Wednesday, May 16 2012 

As the following book was readied for reprint, we thought it would be a good time to make available – for personal use only – the original surname index in a searchable PDF format. Follow the links below for more information. Note, all book excerpts available through GCI are for personal use only and are not for reprint or further broadcast.

Searchable PDF Index

More about the entire book for sale: Metes & Bounds II: David Crews, Ancestors & Descendants, by Donna Hechler Porter

Ottawa County Genealogical Society to Host Carrie Ann Cook as Speaker Friday, Apr 29 2011 

The Ottawa County Genealogical Society will meet Monday, May 16, 2011, in the Community Room of the First National Bank, 1749 North Main Street, Miami. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and refreshments will be served. The public is invited to attend this free event. 

Presenting the program will be Carrie Ann Cook of the Twin Bridges area. Topic for the evening will be “Valuating & Evaluating Your Sources”. The basic debate is which standard is golden when researching family history. This lecture will explain the value and use of both the newer Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS) and the older Preponderance of Evidence, as integrated into a thriving research plan. 

Carrie Ann Cook is a published author, illustrator and free-lance photographer. She holds an AA and BS in Elementary Education. Having certified for teaching in several states, she has taught elementary classes as well as genealogy, writing and computer classes at the Northeast Technology Center, Afton, Oklahoma, as well as briefly serving the Miami Public Library as the Genealogy Department. Miss Cook has served in library and archival capacities for many years and participated in numerous ProQuest and Genealogical Library workshops and seminars. Her company continues to present professional workshops and seminars in library, archival, genealogical and historical areas. She has been lecturing across the country on genealogical and historical topics for nearly two decades. Currently, she serves as president of the Gregath Company, Inc. Carrie has been active in various professional, service and lineal organizations throughout the years, including the Association of Professional Genealogists, National Genealogical Society, Federation of Genealogical Societies and Genealogical Speakers Guild.

New Author Website Tuesday, Sep 15 2009 

Nancy L. Childress has, for many years, hosted her website through Geocities. Like many others, Nancy L. Childress Services, has moved her website before Geocities reorganizes in October. Visit her at her new domain:

www.maynebooks.com

You are invited to a book signing Tuesday, Jun 30 2009 

Special Author signing scheduled for Sunday, July 12, 2009 at the Dobson Memorial Center, 2-4 PM, 110 A SW, Miami, OK 74354. Order now and note pick up during this event to save shipping and talk with the author:

Narcissa History Book

Narcissa History Book

Narcissa Oklahoma Through the Years: Life Along the Mother Road – Route 66, by Luretta E. Armagost Williams, 2009. approx. 275 pages, 8.5×11″, softbound book, includes subject index, photos, maps, newspaper clippings.

AD2301-$40.00 

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May 2009, V8#5: Design Wednesday, May 6 2009 

No book is required to have large headers or footers. This area is generally where the page number goes, but it is not required.

Generally found in headers or footers:

  • Book Title

  • Chapter/Title

  • Author

  • Page Number

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/design/headerfooter.html

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