Economy, Civil War novel go hand-in-hand

Economy, Civil War novel go hand-in-hand

As I write, the stock market is going up and gas prices are going down. Let’s hope the worst of the economic roller coaster is behind us. Still, there is a lot of anxiety out there, so I thought I’d share a little snippet I wrote for Amazon on why this is...
Off topic post – a three-legged stray

Off topic post – a three-legged stray

I’ve been wanting to write about the newest member of my family for some time now. Since it’s the middle of a busy work week, now is as good a time as any. First, for a little background, I live on a fairly secluded patch of land that is mostly wooded and...
John Mosby – A rebel even after the war

John Mosby – A rebel even after the war

I received my latest copy of The Southern Cavalry Review today and read it cover to cover. Many thanks to the Stuart-Mosby Historical Society’s new newsletter editor Valerie Protopapas for an outstanding job. For those of you who are not familiar with Colonel...
Book-signing event a step back in time

Book-signing event a step back in time

My Friday book signing in Waterford, Va. at the 65th annual Waterford Homes Tour and Crafts Exhibit started out with a nice writeup in the Loudoun edition of the Washington Post. (It’s nice to get publicity with good timing, though I’m not sure it helped)....
A real walk in the past lane

A real walk in the past lane

If you read my “Glamorous Life” blog post you know I had a book signing in the beautiful Virginia town of Warrenton last Saturday. While there, I took some pictures of houses that I have passed hundreds of times, but like most people, never really stopped...
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