Sorrow, hope and history at Hollywood Cemetery

Sorrow, hope and history at Hollywood Cemetery

 Tombstones overlooking the James. As most of you know, I had a Valentine’s Day book signing at Shirley Plantation for my historical fiction novel Shades of Gray this week. With so much to see in Richmond, I went a day early–and stayed a day later. My...
Romance and Civil War history on the plantation

Romance and Civil War history on the plantation

Shirley Plantation main house. The tree is 350 years old.James River lies just behind. I’m back from my whirlwind trip to Richmond where I signed copies of my Civil War novel Shades of Gray at Shirley Plantation on Valentine’s Day. What a great...
Words of love with a Civil War touch

Words of love with a Civil War touch

I know much of the country is white with snow right now, but with Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s time to have warm hearts even if the rest of us is freezing. In honor of the romantic occasion, I have put together a little booklet called “From the...
‘Glorious Courage in One so Young’

‘Glorious Courage in One so Young’

For those who are not familiar with the young Confederate officer John Pelham, I thought I’d do a short post on one of his actions in Fredericksburg, Va. A Major of artillery at the age of 24, Pelham kept Union General William Franklin’s infantry (16,000...
Signed books make great gifts!

Signed books make great gifts!

Some readers may not be aware that you can purchase a signed copy of my award-winning historical fiction novels  Noble Cause or Shades of Gray directly through me for just $20, plus $3 shipping. I’ll even gift wrap your purchase for you! Contact...
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