A memorable Civil War weekend

A memorable Civil War weekend

Welbourne I have returned from two of the most wonderful days in my entire life. Really! Looking back on it now, I feel like I was in a time warp, or maybe I dreamed the whole thing. It was just too good to be true. It’s funny since the whole thing was kind of a...
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...
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...
April is Confederate History Month

April is Confederate History Month

April is here! Not only is everything finally starting to bloom after a long, cold weather, April also marks one of the most important months in the history of our nation. In 1861, April marked the beginning of the Civil War, and in 1865, it marked the end of the war....
Valentine’s Day and Civil War romance

Valentine’s Day and Civil War romance

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d print a post I did about the beautiful love letter of Major Sullivan Ballou. “If I do not return, my dear Sarah, never forget how much I loved you, nor that when my last breath escapes me on the battlefield, it...
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