Booksigning at historic Aldie Mill

Booksigning at historic Aldie Mill

So excited to be going to a last-minute booksigning tomorrow (Saturday, May 22) in beautiful and historic Aldie, Va. Not only do I have an excuse to go to Virginia, I will be signing copies of my Civil War novel, Shades of Gray behind the historic Aldie Mill, where...
Great post on search engines for history students

Great post on search engines for history students

Just received this info from a kind reader who has written an excellent post called “75 Search Engines for History Students.” Take a look for yourself, but it is really nice that they are broken down into categories like: search engines for history...
A Civil War connection to Mother’s Day

A Civil War connection to Mother’s Day

Since I am lucky enough to have one of the best mothers on the planet, I decided to do a post on the celebration of Mother’s Day. What a great surprise to find out that this holiday actually has a Civil War connection. Though the earliest historical records of a...
A sure sign of Spring

A sure sign of Spring

As an historical ficiton author, I usually spend the month of April blogging about the Civil War. It is, after all, the month it all began (1861) and ended (1865). But whether it was the hard winter we had, or the fact that I seem to have very little time on my...
Spring is here. Lots to do.

Spring is here. Lots to do.

Wow, what great weather we had in Pa. for Easter weekend! I got a lot of much-needed yardwork done, and also took the time to pick three vases full of flowers. I have purple, white, light pink, hot pink, yellow, and lavender hyacinths (gifts from Easter’s past...
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