Civil War Medal of Honor recipient

Civil War Medal of Honor recipient

Dr. Mary WalkerSince 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....
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....
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...
Goodbye summer!

Goodbye summer!

I can’t believe I’m writing this on Labor Day, 2013! Why, just yesterday we were commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and celebrating the Fourth of July!I got a good bit of writing done over the summer, but did not make my...
 

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