I have been a bibliophile since my Grandmother took me to Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena when I was about 6 and it became part of our monthly routine when I came to spend the night. She finally introduced me to the library to offset the costs of my veracious appetite, but we still continue to visit Vroman’s today when I come back for visits.
I have pretty eclectic tastes and have been known to read about every type of genre. For the purposes of the blog, I have decided to focus on genealogy books and fiction and non-fiction that enhances knowledge of time periods and/or a sense place. This is far from a comprehensive list of what I have read or plan to read, but wanted to get it started. The list will grow as my memory returns and I look more carefully at the book shelves. If you have a book you think should be included, drop me a note.
- Research/How To
- Writing Family History & Narratives
- American History General
- Revolutionary War
- The Young Republic
- Scots-Irish Research
- New England – Mayflower and Great Migration Research