Category Archives: Genealogical Societies

Joslin and Jolly FH charts

Some readers have commented that the Kindle/Kobo/eReader versions of A Habit of Dying do not contain the Joslin and Jolly family history charts that are in the back of the printed version. This was due to technical difficulties of including pdf images in the eBook formats. To help remedy this the charts are now available here. Click on these links to view or download pdfs of those charts: JoslinFamilyHistoryChart JollyFamilyHistoryChart

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An Evening at the Museum

BlueWitneyTVHeadandShouldersSept 2013: A very successful and thoroughly enjoyable evening at the Fisheries Museum in Lunenburg in the company of members of the South Shore Genealogical Society and other guests. The author gave a presentation on the process involved in writing A Habit of Dying and how real life events and family history had combined with invention to produce the genealogical mystery novel.

Genealogically Speaking

DJ Wiseman at the SSGS conference in LunenburgFollowing a most enjoyable day at the recent South Shore Genealogical Society conference in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, DJ Wiseman has been invited to visit the society again to speak about A Habit Of Dying. Society programme coordinator Cheryl Lamerson has asked in particular for comment and insight on the writing experiences, the connections and inter-weaving of genealogy in the story.

No date for the talk has yet been agreed, but details will be announced both here and on the society website when they are finalised.

(photo courtesy of Brooks of Canada)