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I’m delighted you stopped by for a visit.

If you’re looking for a classic fiction with a touch of romance, you’re in the right place! My books, whether historical or contemporary, are clean, old-fashioned love stories that satisfy avid romance enthusiasts, while containing enough action, adventure, and suspense to appeal to male readers as well.

When I started writing historical fiction novels, I never intended to cross over to military romance or Christian fiction, but that’s where my muse (and God) has taken me. The themes I write about are honor, courage, duty—and of course love, the type of enduring love that can be found in the pages of the old classics. My books are often set on a battlefield, but they are interwoven with suspense and emotional stories of attraction, conflict, and courage that inspire patriotism and a sense of faith.

So what will you find here? Characters from the past and present who are dealing with formidable challenges, but somehow find the courage to overcome them. We live in tumultuous times, but people of honor, principle, character and integrity do exist. You’ll meet them in my books. And I hope they’ll convince you that enduring love and happy endings are possible.

Thanks for dropping by. I’m glad you’re here!

Latest From Jessica James

The Valley “Yard Crawl”

Well, in my last post I said time was flying and now here it is, the end of August, with Labor Day right around the corner.I did manage to make it down to Virginia this summer for the Yard Crawl on Rt. 11 through the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. I highly recommend it...

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A May Visit to Mosby Country

I made a hurried two-day trip to Virginia on Thursday and Friday which included stops in Winchester, Front Royal, New Market, Warrenton and Delaplaine. I made it a point to stop at some of my favorite Mosby spots and take some pictures for those who don't live close...

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The glamorous life of an author

Today I thought I'd share with readers a small glimpse into the life of an award-winning author. For anyone out there who is not yet published, or who is published but has not yet done a book signing, here is a peek into the lifestyle of the not-so-famous.Saturday,...

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Busy with Book Signings

It seems like only yesterday it was Memorial Day and now the Fourth of July has come and gone. Before we know it, Labor Day will be here!I have a little bit of an excuse, I guess, to be so long in writing another post. I worked about 65 hours a week for most of June...

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Check out these sites for book reviews

First, I want to remind everyone again that it is Confederate Heritage Month. You can check out the Confederate Heritage Minutes each day of April on the left-hand column of this blog for informative little tidbits about Confederate history. Also, this Saturday, April...

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April is Confederate Heritage Month

Those who live in Southern states may be aware that next month is Confederate Heritage and History Month. But if you're not lucky enough to live in Dixie, you likely won't hear a word about it.If you are like me and have an interest in Confederate history even though...

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Fredericksburg’s role in Civil War novel

People often ask me where the inspiration for Shades of Gray came from. Those familiar with where I live assume that I write about the Civil War because I reside in Gettysburg.Truth is, it was a house in a Civil War town in Virginia that really inspired me to take the...

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Visiting the heart of Civil War Virginia

I took a quick trip to Virginia today - the first in a long time thanks to high gas prices. When I was writing Shades of Gray, I used to go at least once at week (often more), but I have not touched the sacred soil there for months now.For anyone who has never visited...

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A Civil War saga of ‘love, loyalty and honor’

Reviews for Shades of Gray are really starting to come in now (at last), and they are all very complimentary.I especially enjoyed Kristen Pace's of bookpleasures.com, who says, "the intense sorrow, frustration, and ultimately love, seem to transcend the pages to...

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Love and duty during the Civil War

I thought I'd continue my Civil War love letter theme, since it's hard to stop reading them now that I've started. They are so beautifully written and contain such poignant and moving words--especially when one considers the strong men behind those thoughts.One would...

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