Civil War ghost story

Civil War ghost story

Pensacola LighthouseIt’s a little late for Halloween, but I just ran across this story from the 290 Foundation, written by Ian Dewar and thought I would share. It’s about the Pensacola Lighthouse that has towered over Pensacola Bay since 1858 and...
Book signing at Edinburg ‘Ole Time Festival

Book signing at Edinburg ‘Ole Time Festival

Edinburg MillI’m looking forward to signing books at the 32nd annual Edinburg ‘Ole Time Festival on Saturday in Edinburg, Va., located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. On the third weekend of each September, this sleepy little town...
150th anniversary of Antietam

150th anniversary of Antietam

I had a wonderful time signing books at the 150th Battle of Antietam re-enactment on Saturday, and had the great fortune to sign along side best-selling historical fiction author Jeff Shaara, who just released his latest book, A Blaze of Glory, A Novel of the...
Signing books at 150th Antietam re-enactment

Signing books at 150th Antietam re-enactment

The Lost Orders.I’m so excited to have the opportunity to sign copies of my Civil War historical fiction novels Noble Cause and Shades of Gray at another 150th event — the battle of Antietam (or Sharpsburg).To give you a little background on the...
The “Bell” Battery in the Civil War

The “Bell” Battery in the Civil War

I thought this was an interesting facet of the Civil War, and am sharing it from the North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial. It is taken from the The North Carolina Booklet, Volume V, No. 1, July 1905, and shows the sacrifice a North Carolina town...
 

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