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    Friday
    May232014

    A New Tale of Murder and Woe from The Real Penny Dreadful

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    "Shocking."

    "Horrific."

    "Quite unsettling."

    Mere words fail to express the sensational drama played out on the pages of Shades of the Departed, Cops and Robbers Issue. 

    Murder. Mayhem. Vice. Avarice. It's all there. Your favorite characters, ummm columnists, at their electrifying finest presented for the line-up by footnoteMaven, Editor/Publisher and leader of the gang. 

    Don't delay. Steal your free copy of Shades of the Departed today!

    This message is (strongly) endorsed by Miss Penny Dreadful, roving reporter and sensationalist scribe. 

     

    Thursday
    Jan172013

    footnoteMaven is Talking About Many Things! Blog Book Tour Visits Shades of the Departed

     

    How to Archive Family Keepsakes Blog Book Tour Visits Shades of the Departed

    It's "Many Things Thursday" at Shades of the Departed online photography magazine, and Editor/Publisher footnoteMaven joins the virtual book tour today with personal insights and book highlights of particular interest to anyone caring for family history photographs. fM also shares the backstory of The Family Curator's alter ego, Miss Penelope Dreadful, and a few more tales from the Shades archives.

    Longtime fans of footnoteMaven's work with historical photographs and genealogy citation standards will be happy to see fM online again after a too-long stretch of dreadfully distracting disasters. I hope this is just the first of many more posts to light up the dark at Shades.

     

    from Shades of the Departed, Many Things Thursday

    Many of us find ourselves in the position of family curator. How each of us deals with that position is often the true story. Denise Levenick has a longtime interest in her family history. Stories of her maternal grandmother growing up in Colorado and Kansas nurtured that interest and a steamer trunk full of letters and photographs sparked her odyssey.

    While wandering the web one day I bumped into Denise's experiment in family history. She was writing about a transcription project for her class of high school students using her family letters. I was hooked (continue reading at Shades of the Departed). . .

    And, for a chance to win a Family History Photo Archive Kit, remember to leave a comment at today's Blog Tour post on Shades of the Departed.