An Almost Famous Type of Week
It has been an interesting time recently for me with some behind the scenes things happening. Due to marvels of modern technology and the internet I have been interviewed twice and both these interviews have been released as podcasts this week.
The first was a live interview with Jane E. Wilcox from New York who hosts the Forget-Me-Not-Hour on BlogTalk Radio and is also available on iTunes (look for Jane E. Wilcox).
The interview related to my two books. Luckily I am a night owl as it was done live and we finished at 1.15am! It was a lot of fun.
Jane does two shows a month and is past her fifth year of doing the show. I have been a subscriber for a number of years so this was a real pleasure and exciting to do.
The second interview was with Maria Northcote of Genies Down Under podcast, a great podcast for anyone with an interest in Australian research. Here is a link to the show notes
This interview comprised a standard`set of questions and also touched on the books. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes.
This interview was done using Skype and was easy to do. Maria at the start of this podcast talks about the process of producing a podcast.
There is also an addendum audio which gives a a special deal for listeners of both podcasts.
Order Helen’s books:
E copies of the books are available at Gen e books, the e book division of Gould Genealogy Australia
Special deal for Forget Me Not Hour and Genies Down Under listeners: Using the code EB2016-10 will give AU$10 discount on any order over AU$20. Expires 31 October 2016
North American Listeners
Print copies of the books are available at Global Genealogy http://globalgenealogy.com/
Print copies of the books are available at Gould Genealogy http://www.gould.com.au/
United Kingdom Listeners
Print copy of the book are available at
My History bookshop http://www.my-history.co.uk/acatalog/Unlock- the-Past- Booklets.html