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A genealogical quest Seeking John Campbell: Finding Pioneers & Patriots in the Pampas by John Daffurn This remarkable real-life story reveals what happened when the author, amateur British genealogist John Daffurn, set himself an heir-hunting exercise that turned into a … Continue reading
The March edition of Who Do You Think You Are ? magazine is out today and contains a review in brief of Seeking John Campbell. See Here.
For anyone that missed my book signing and would like a signed copy of Seeking John Campbell please hit the book cover link below
See the latest book review of Seeking John Campbell by Sandra Danby, author of Ignoring Gravity. http://www.sandradanby.com/book-review-seeking-john-campbell “…a well-written historical account of three men – each coincidentally called John Campbell – who may be the unknown father of Isabel Greig. In discovering … Continue reading
Review by US blogger T K Sand I’m the kind of person who can spend whole days sitting at the computer doing research (more or less!) of a genealogical or family history nature. And although my interest began more than … Continue reading
Walkers bookshop in Stamford doing a great job with shelf display of Seeking John Campbell prior to book signing tomorrow 11am to 1pm
Take a look at this short video to promote Seeking John Campbell and if inclined please share or like.
Five years after starting some innocuous research, three years after I started writing and one year after starting to edit and work towards self-publication my book is out for all to see. Seeking John Campbell: Finding pioneers and patriots in … Continue reading
Getting ones ducks in a row…. My official publication date is tomorrow 3 February but making sure all the marketing channels are open at the same time is a nightmare. Createspace(IS) My book was uploaded to CS some time ago. … Continue reading