Friday, July 5, 2024



GSQ Blog   Getting Started with AI in Family History.   Andrew Redfern (Artificial Intelligence)

NAA (National Archives of Australia) incl.  Murrulangalang story time Canberra | Every Wednesday, Jim Moginie in conversation Canberra | 7 July, Royal seal of approval   One of Australia’s few ceremonial objects associated with the monarchy is the Great Seal of Australia, which plays a unique role in Australia’s constitutional monarchy. Read more

My Ancestors - Cemetery and burial records I haven't used this myself as yet, but thought it looked interesting. (Under the 'umbrella' of My Heritage.)



Smithsonian Magazine

Interesting Blogs
 Rock My World Humoring the Goddess
Better Reading

Currently Reading..
Two Daughters - Alison Edwards    Atlantic Books Australia
So far... different, interesting... will post a review once I finish it.

Recently Read... reviews will appear on my Confessions of a Bibliophile site as soon as I can.. 

My recent review was "The Radio Hour" by Victoria Purman.. can't wait to read more of her work.

The Girl With The Violin   Shelly Davidow  

The Nurses' War  Victoria Purman 

Iris & Ruby      Rosie Thomas

The Wartime Book Club  Kate Thompson

Black Sheep  Judy Nunn   

All the above were great stories... all well worth reading.

Last week's blog...

That Moment in Time

FRIDAY FOSSICKING  27th June 2024, Brisbane Open House July 13-14th Program, Research Services- The Royal Historical Society of Qld, Japan’s deepest train station, summer camp ghost story, theaters/theatres that took their final bow, soup simmered for 50 years, pyramid tombs not in Egypt, Popeye museum… and so much more..

Feel free to share..

All the above brought to you despite a number of technical problems over the last week...
courtesy of Clipart Library

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