There isn’t much to report. I haven’t set our a schedule to get back into research yet as my time is pretty short as I work to launch aois21. The final version of the first Son of Swift issue is near complete and it should be available for delivery soon. No print copies have been made yet but will be based on demand at sale.
In an interesting bit of genealogy news, my oldest daughter has to speak next week about her family history in front of her class. Many of her classmates have had to present over the course of the past month and I’ve looked over their posters that showed them and their families, going back at least two generations and some listing the sources of their names. Being the amateur genealogist, I knew this would to be enough for my little girl. When she presents on Tuesday, she will have her picture at the center of a 10 generation fan chart, including full names given going back five of those 10. Her name is broken down along the bottom with the source of her first and middle name and the etymology of mine and my wife’s surnames. Hopefully it will go over well and encourage the other students and their parents to learn more about their family history.
That’s all for this week. Please check in at the aois21 tumblr to keep up with how things are going with the launch of our new kind of publisher. Have a Happy Easter, and good luck in your research!