Writing this book has been quite an experience - I started about 5 years ago when I was the Registrar of the organization. I have spent quite a lot of time in libraries and online researching their accusations as well as three generations of their lineage. Then came the editing, decisions on formatting, etc. Of course, the editing, indexing, adding the forword, etc. all took longer than expected. Next came time to pick a publisher and apply for copyright. All in all, it was worth it - now I just need to get the books out of my foyer and to the post office.
Did I mention that since the book was sent to the publisher, we found two more eligible ancestors? I have already started a file for the second edition - but I need to catch up with every thing else in my life first :-)
If you are interested in more information about Associated Daughters of Early American Witches or our Roll of Ancestors, our website is http://www.adeaw.us/.