YFT103 coming soon!
Save time and money with YFT103 – on sale 26 April 2011!
There seems to be a trend within the YFT office at the moment – we’re in a never ending cycle of deadlines. We’ve been really busy putting together issue 103, a brand-new YFT book (more on that later) and a seemingly endless stream of web adverts, blogs and the like. Factor in the current school holidays and the upcoming Easter break/royal wedding celebrations and we appear to be running to standstill.
The trouble with the small Easter break is that you can’t help spending money – whether buying Easter eggs for kids, petrol for travelling to see relatives or buying extra food when they visit you. Luckily we have a huge money-saving tips feature in issue 103. There are 101 tips giving you unmissable ideas to help you save time and cash when researching your family tree. Plus there are vouchers worth over £270 for genealogy companies such as Ancestry, TheGenealogist, Arrowfile and more.
We show you how to trace your illegitimate relatives through bastardy records, go behind-the-scenes at the British Library’s new Census and Society exhibition and show you how to get on the right track when tracing ancestors employed in the rail industry. You’ll discover the world of phrenology and Victorian social sciences and learn how they would have affected your kin. Plus we get started with poor law records, check out bankruptcy records online and visit Sussex in our monthly region guide, along with our usual reader case studies and news.
We are also bringing you the second edition of our YFT presents book series entitled Photo Editing for Family Historians. This massive tome is your step-by-step guide to restoring precious family photographs. We show you how to remove dust, stains and blemishes, how to repair colour problems and how to get started with photo dating. There’s the added bonus of the FREE disc packed with over 95 minutes of easy-to-follow video tutorials. Photo Editing for Family Historians is on sale from 28 April or available to order from myfavouritemagazines.co.uk.
See you next month and I hope you enjoy reading both volumes.
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