Birthday Chronicle Review & Giveaway- Winners announced!

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Congratulations to Nancy and Michelle for winning a copy of the Birthday Chronicle. You will be receiving an email on how to receive them.

Would you like to give a personalized gift for anyone, anytime? I had the chance to receive The Birthday Chronicle to review, and selected my Grandma’s birthday October 30th, 1926, beggars night as she would refer to it.   The Birthday Chronicle is a quick, unique gift idea for everyone.  You can order from the comfort of your home and she sends it to your email via PDF within 48 hours for get this, JUST $2  You can also have in printed on a variety of background papers ($6) and even framed ($20) if you wished and mailed right to you or the receiver of the gift.  All money made from these goes to benefit needy children. I was very impressed with The Birthday Chronicle.  The font is easily readable and accurate to the date I chose. The pictures were great too.  My Grandmother’s name was used even in the stories, not just in the headlines, making it very personalized. It has everything from the weather that day, National News, World News, celebrity, music, sporting events and more all from the day she was born. Because I Tried it, offers so much more than The Birthday Chronicles. They have everything from What Your Name means, to Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Poems.  Even letters from Santa, The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy and more. Unofficial Birth Certificates as well as This Day in History are just a few more.  There are so many.  Not sure which one to get, she even has gift certificates. You will want to sign up for her newsletter as she offers freebies a lot. Because I tried it can be found all over the web. On Facebook, Twitter, and Google+


And here is a chance to win one of these wonderful keepsakes for your own family book.
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  1. The first link is. Showing an error

    • The facebook link is now working, let me know if you have any further issues with this. Thank you for entering this giveaway.

    • Thanks for the link, Allan. The 23 Things are a great start to help you understand how to use new tehcnology with genealogy work. A few of the things mentioned in this list is a mountain of resources in each one that are great to use when looking for specific data on an ancestor. Others are more general purpose for communicating with family members or others who are working on the same family lines that you are.

  2. the first link does not work. When i tried finding on FB, it says it is a FRIEND page, NOT a LIKE page.

    I know I won’t friend a page, as I don’t want them to have access to my personal info.

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