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If you enjoy Military Suspense, Southern Small-Town Fiction, or Historical Fiction, you’ve come to the right place!
Feel free to take a look around. I write books in which honor, courage, duty—and of course, love—are major themes. From the Revolutionary War to America’s current War on Terror, my’ heroes are everyday men and women who do extraordinary things.
Whether historical or contemporary, my novels are clean, old-fashioned stories that satisfy avid romance enthusiasts, while containing enough action, adventure, and suspense to appeal to male suspense and thriller readers as well.
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Congratulations to Jonette Ferris for winning the signed copy of Noble Cause in my Magical Holiday History Tour! Thanks, Jonette! Hope you enjoy!
Do Americans know more about Fidel Castro and Che Guevara then they do about George Washington and Robert E. Lee? I have been told that some college students wear Che Guevara and Mao Tse Tung tee shirts but are not allowed to wear American history shirts depicting...
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Back when I was a newspaper reporter, the phones would start ringing the end of February or the beginning of March with people calling in their first sightings of robins. (Yes, that was back in the "old days," I know).Anyway, I didn't call my local newspaper, but...
Stop over at my Life in the Past Lane blog to read about my trip to Richmond and the signing of my historical fiction novel Shades of Gray at historic Shirley Plantation.
Civil War captain used secret code to express his love
Find out how to get a copy of this e-book "From the Heart: Love Stories and Letters from the Civil War," on my author page. Don't forget to follow this blog! Happy Valentine's Day! Jessica James
For the Epilogue to SHADES OF GRAY, Go HERE. “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.” – From a headstone in Ireland Andrea Hunter stared at the back of the boy—young man really—as he leaned against the white column on the...
Please vote for Best of Gettysburg - and send around to your friends.I'd like to get as much input as possible! You may not be able to answer each and every question, but I'm hoping for at least 10 answers on each questionnaire.You can leave answers as a comment to...
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