Civil War novel wins award for Southern fiction

Civil War novel wins award for Southern fiction

I’m not sure what happened that it is July already. Maybe it was the 85 hours I worked the last week of June at my part-time job? I didn’t see my house except to sleep for almost two weeks, and am still in the process of catching up. Despite those long...
Trailer for Civil War novel “Noble Cause”

Trailer for Civil War novel “Noble Cause”

I finally received all of the rights to post my trailer for my new historical fiction novel Noble Cause, so thought I’d go ahead and share it on my blog as well. It features the artwork of John Paul Strain, including my all-time favorite piece called “Fire...
Civil War treasure hunting in Harper’s Ferry

Civil War treasure hunting in Harper’s Ferry

Just a quick post about last weekend — one of the few weekends I have off during the month of June. We took the short trip to Harper’s Ferry to wander around the Flea Market there, and came home with an old wooden-handled hatchet and two baggies of Civil...
Horses and the Civil War

Horses and the Civil War

Rooney Lee During the tour of the historic Farley plantation last Saturday, our guide Clark “Bud” Hall talked about Gen. Robert E. Lee’s son, Fitzhugh “Rooney” Lee and his horse “Frantic,” both of whom participated in the...
Lunch at Farley: A Civil War treasure

Lunch at Farley: A Civil War treasure

The historic house called Farleywhere we ate lunch after our ride. Note: This is Part 2 of my experiences on June 4 as part of the Mosby Heritage Area Association Brandy Station Battlefield ride.After a morning of horseback riding across the beautiful rolling hills on...
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