Glad Tidings

The First 25 Years of Flanders Family Christmas Letters
By Jennifer Flanders

"Glad Tidings" by Jennifer Flanders is basically a biography of the Flanders family from birth to the present. Jennifer Flanders began to write annual Christmas greetings when first married and the letters chronicle family births, illnesses, homeschooling, family vacations and the interests and talents of...

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True Miracles with Genealogy

Help from Beyond the Veil
By Anne Bradshaw

True Miracles with Genealogy: Help from Beyond the Veil by Anne Bradshaw is a fascinating look at researching family trees. Bradshaw has compiled many stories of people who have been assisted in their research from those who have already passed on. One such researcher tells...

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Forget Me Not

By Dana Brown

We all have a family history, stories that would amaze us if we knew them.  Unfortunately, most of those stories are long forgotten.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if someone took the time to record your family’s account?  Dana Brown has done just that.  She did...

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Red River

By Lalita Tademy

Lalita Tademy left the corporate world to research her family history. In her latest book, Red River, the accomplished author shares the true story of the “Colfax Riot.” She successfully intertwines history and fiction to educate and entertain the reader. The setting is Colfax, Louisiana, 1873....

Inherited Enemies

Through My Father’s Eyes
By Faith Feldman

Inherited Enemies: Through My Father’s Eyes clearly demonstrates that emotions are passed from generation to generation. We share with our children the events that affected our lives. Hence, our memories affect our children’s lives. Do not misunderstand me, I am not discouraging parents and grandparents from...

Life Against All Odds

By Alfred Cave

Alfred Cave begins his memoir by telling about his childhood. He is about 8-years-old when he lost his mother and 10-years-old when he lost his father. He lived with his grandmother, Minnie Minus. Life with Minnie Minus became unbearable. She beat him repeatedly and eventually...