Electronic Magazine – June 2014, V13#6: Computer Monday, Jun 2 2014 

American Writers today have no excuse for not being “online”: This may sound harsh for those not there yet, but true. While many things can have a steep learning curve, basic usage of today’s technology shouldn’t be viewed as an insurmountable skill set. The rewards far outweigh the cost in time, patience, and added “utility bills”. It is part of the cost of doing business in the 21st century. Don’t want to invest in hardware of your own? Head somewhere with public access computers, such as a library or internet cafe, and ask for assistance. Whether you choose a free email account, or use social networking as the extent of your online empire, it is something that today’s readers have come to expect from living authors.

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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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March 2006, V5#3: Genealogy Tuesday, Jan 6 2009 

Always be sure to double check with your library to see if they participate in an inter-library loan program. Many books/microform, etc. you may be interested in researching from may be available through one of these programs. Many libraries do ask for payment to help defray postage for this service.