Honoring the Confederate Battle Flag

Honoring the Confederate Battle Flag

Confederate Flag Raising along I-95. “The flag that is being raised today will be a living, breathing memorial to our Confederate dead.” – Susan Hathaway I had a wonderful time in Virginia attending the I-95 Confederate Flag Raising on Saturday, and was...
Civil War Medal of Honor recipient

Civil War Medal of Honor recipient

Dr. Mary Walker Since Gettysburg just hosted the National Medal of Honor convention last week, I thought it would be interesting to do a post on one recipient who is not very well known. Her name is Mary Edwards Walker, and she was born in 1832 in Oswego, N.Y. Prior...
A lesson in Confederate history

A lesson in Confederate history

Anyone out there ever heard of Dick Poplar? I hadn’t until a few weeks ago when I found out that a memorial service was held at Memorial Hill in Blandford Church Cemetery in Petersburg, Va., in honor of “Dick Poplar Day.”Dick Poplar was a Black...
The Gray Ghost of Civil War Virginia

The Gray Ghost of Civil War Virginia

So excited to announce the release of a new e-book as a companion to Noble Cause (formerly Shades of Gray), that shares information about the life and exploits of Colonel John Singleton Mosby, the real-life Confederate soldier that my Civil War novel is based on. You...
Companion book to NOBLE CAUSE available

Companion book to NOBLE CAUSE available

I have gotten so many questions about who the main character in my historical fiction novel NOBLE CAUSE (formerly SHADES OF GRAY), was based upon, that I decided to write a book about him! Here’s the blurb! No name in the annals of the Civil War conjures a more...
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