04 October 2013

Uprooted -- a new story published on MATTER about using DNA as a tool ... What do you think?

With the ease with which one can publish stories, blog posts and more, it’s interesting to see “where” the next interesting story for genealogists and family historians might crop up.

Until NGS received an e-mail about the online publication MATTER, I can say that I had never heard of it!  We were told that a new article would be posted about genealogy and asked us to spread the word.  Well, I don’t like to mention something until I can “see” it.

True to the e-mail, there has been an article posted, Uprooted. You can access a preview for free and then for just 99c you get the remaining 8,800 words, on the web, in ebook and audiobook form.

I wonder if this means that more and more articles will show up in less typical publications?!?! Where have you unexpectedly seen family history-themed articles show up?

Editor’s Note: MATTER is part of Medium and you can read more about that here.

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