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"Greetings and welcome to the web site for ABSOLUTELY FAMILY!. I am here to show you my new book and how it can help your family's communication."
"I wrote Absolutely Family! for the beginning family newsletter publisher, as well as for the experienced publisher who is looking for new ideas. I want to share with you my experience to give you a jumpstart on a positive journey into the heart of your family. In my book, I have written down my recipe for a successful publication. I know from experience that it works!"

"Try publishing a family newsletter. See how it pulls your extended family together and how your family members start sharing stories from their past. If your experience is like mine, I am sure you'll find an enthusiastic response, with people calling 'Encore! Encore!'"

"Best regards,
Jeanne Nelson"
Jeanne Nelson
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       Jeanne Nelson
       c/o  Family Times Publishing
       P.O Box 901653
       Kansas City, MO 64190-1653
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(Jeanne Nelson has been researching her family history for over 20 years, including her roots in Scandinavia and in Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, and Kansas. She received a B. S. degree from Iowa State University and an M. S. W. from the University of Maryland. She is a frequent lecturer on topics relating to family history research and family communication. Lecture topics include "The Family Newsletter as a Family History Tool," "Setting Up a Family Web Site," and "Scandinavian Genealogy Research, or 'Yumpin' Yiminy--I Found It!'".)
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