Riding into history at Brandy Station

Riding into history at Brandy Station

Union Colonel Benjamin“Grimes” Davis was shotnear here. Part 1 The Battle of Brandy Station — the largest cavalry battle ever fought on the North American continent — took place on June 9, 1863. Of the 20,000 soldiers involved, about 17,000...
The Great Train Raid event

The Great Train Raid event

I started the Memorial Day weekend as I try to do every year, by placing flags on Veteran’s graves at Evergreen Cemetery in Gettysburg. Buried there are veterans of every war, including many from the Civil War. I seem to get assigned a different section every...
Heritage Day book signing in Purcellville

Heritage Day book signing in Purcellville

I didn’t take many photos at my book signing in Virginia on Saturday, but I sure had a great time! The event was Purcellville Heritage Day, an old-fashioned country fair that included a Civil War theme this year in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of...
Noble Cause wins awards!

Noble Cause wins awards!

I am happy to report that my new Civil War novel Noble Cause has been named the winner in the Indie Next Generation Contest for Best Regional Fiction. Like my first novel, Shades of Gray, it also was named a Finalist in both the Historical Fiction and Romance...
Big Civil War weekend in Gettysburg

Big Civil War weekend in Gettysburg

It was a whirlwind weekend as Confederate History Month drew to a close on Saturday. First, I had a wonderful book signing event for my new Civil War novel Noble Cause at Pages of the Past Bookstore in Gettysburg. If you’re coming to visit Gettysburg, you have...
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