Limestone Genre Expo 2017

Limestone Genre Expo is coming soon!  This Saturday June 3rd and Sunday June 4th at Kingston’s St. Lawrence College Campus.

This year’s Guests of Honours are: Horror author Nancy Kilpatrick, Fantasy author Violette Malan, Mystery writer Rick Blechta, Romance author Eve Langlais, Science Fiction author Matthew Bin, and MLR Press.

Today’s post on facebook:

 Check out Kingston Change-Makers on Cogeco TV on Wednesday, May 31 at 7 p.m. (channel 13 or 700 HD in Kingston area) to hear from your humble Planning Committee and three rock stars of the Canadian Genre community: Violette Malan, Vicki Delany, and Alyssa Cooper.

 

Registration is still open !!

Genealogy Guys – Podcast

These two charming guys really know their stuff!

The Genealogy Guys   podcast run by Drew Smith and George G. Morgan has been on the air since 2005 and still going strong with their additional podcast the “Genealogy Connect” interview format show.  They’re both prolific Podcasters, Speakers, Researchers, and Writers.  They’re definitely a ‘Go-To’ for all things Genealogy and are available on multiple listening platforms.

For enjoyable genealogy podcasting, these two are worth spending time with.  I have been listening to them for a few years now, and pretty much every episode offers some useful tidbit of information.  These episodes have reviews of  books or technology, updates on various source repository news and listener mail.

I sent in a query in which they provided very helpful information regarding researching family in Hong Kong back on April 5, 2015 Episode # 286 .  I was very pleased to have George answer my questions so thoroughly and most of the sources he talked about are listed in the show notes.

This information is still relevant now, because shortly after the airing of the podcast, my Father-in-law (who’s family I was querying about) passed away.  I’m only now gearing up to resume researching that part of our family, and George’s on-air response and show note links are my first stop!

I’ve really learned a lot from listening to their show – Thanks Guys!