The anniversary of Gone with the Wind

The anniversary of Gone with the Wind

As most of you know, I’m in the middle of a Virtual Book Tour for my historical fiction novel Shades of Gray, with a drawing to be held next Tuesday, Dec. 15., for a basket full of Civil War goodies. What you may not know not know is that Dec. 15 is a very...
Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Death of Gen. Robert E. Lee

Guest Post by Calvin E. Johnson, Jr. General Lee died at his home at Lexington , Virginia at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 1870. His last great deed came after the War Between the States when he accepted the presidency of Washington College, now Washington and...
Book signing an historic treat

Book signing an historic treat

Some authors enjoy doing book signings at bookstores, but I prefer meeting people in a less formal venue while getting to see parts of the country that I might otherwise never get to see. On Saturday I had the pleasure of doing a signing for my historical fiction...
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...
Civil War soldier: ‘With honor to myself’

Civil War soldier: ‘With honor to myself’

“I have shouldered my musket and it is not to be laid down unless wrested from me by the hand that is stronger than all, until the nations of the earth, including the proud boasting North should confess that we are not rebels but a nation of freemen that know...
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