Waterford’s past makes it special

Waterford’s past makes it special

Despite having a sore throat, I had a nice time at the Waterford Homes Tour and Crafts Exhibit on Friday and had a very successful book signing of my Civil War novel Shades of Gray to boot. Anyone within 100 miles of Waterford, Va., located in northern Virginia,...
Southern spy’s Civil War album

Southern spy’s Civil War album

I’m in the process of reading Charles Mauro’s new book A Southern Spy in Northern Virginia, and wanted to take a moment to share a few things that made me smile. The book is about the album given by Gen. J.E.B. Stuart to Laura Ratcliffe, a young girl in...
Fictional character based on Civil War fact

Fictional character based on Civil War fact

While re-arranging my bookshelves the other day, I ran across my favorite Mosby book, written by one of his men, John Munson. Most people know that the main character in my historical fiction novel Shades of Gray is based on Mosby. For those who are not familiar with...
Walking in the footsteps of history

Walking in the footsteps of history

As most Civil War buffs know, there is just something about standing on the actual spot where events occurred that transforms words in a history book into something real and tangible. As a historical fiction author, I have found visiting battlefields and historic...
Review: The  Southern Seahawk

Review: The Southern Seahawk

Since it’s been such a busy week, I decided to pull out a review I did a while back on the historical fiction novel The Southern Seahawk by Randall Peffer. As the author of a Civil War novel, I am fairly knowledgeable about many aspects of the War Between the...
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