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A love story that spans centuries…

Two people trying to escape their pasts find a connection through an old house—and fulfill a destiny through the secrets it shares. Part love story, part ghost story, Lacewood is a timeless novel about love and loss, roots and belonging, and spirits of the past that refuse to be quieted.

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Latest From Jessica James

A side trip to a Confederate Cemetery

Confederate Cemetery outside Chattanooga with trees blossomed.Magical History TourContinuing my posts about my trip to the Deep South, I wanted to share some photos of a Confederate Cemetery we visited outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee.I probably would never have...

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All aboard the historic Delta Queen

Day 1: Magical History Tour 2013Home sweet home after 2,581 miles and nine states in seven days. It's taken me a few days to get back into a routine, so sorry this is a little late in coming. I'm still a little overwhelmed with a whirlwind of memories and...

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Stepping into the past at Oak Alley

Oak AlleyOne of the plantations I've long had on my bucket list is Oak Alley on the River Road south of Baton Rouge, La. -- and it is every bit as spectacular as I expected it to be.Live oaks are everywhere at Oak Alley.Originally named Bon Sejour, Oak Alley was...

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Deep South Magical History Tour

The Delta Queen at the start ofthe 2004 Great Steamboat Race.This week has been especially busy as I work on the publishing details of Above and Beyond, and prepare for a "Deep South Magical History Tour," that will take me to Alabama, Mississippi and...

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A North-South love affair

Antonia FordFollowing up on my last post when I attended the 150th anniversary of Mosby's famous Fairfax Raid, I also wanted to share information on another house I had the opportunity to visit -- the home of Antonia Ford.Widely reported to have been a volunteer...

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Mosby’s Fairfax Raid in his own words

The Gunnell House. General Stoughton was captured byMosby in the second story bedroom to the left.As most of you know, I attended the 150th anniversary of the March 9, 1863, raid by John Mosby and his rangers, in which a Union general was captured in the Union-held...

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Book signing at 150th Fairfax Raid commemoration

March 8, 1863. John S. Mosby150 years ago, Brigadier General Edwin H. Stoughton of the 2nd Vermont Brigade, was captured from his bed in Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia, by Confederate Ranger Major John S. Mosby.Mosby also captured 20 men and 55 horses--without a shot...

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Hearts at War: Book signing at museum

I have been remiss in not writing about my last book signing at the Washington County Museum of Fine Art - but in my defense, I was putting finishing touches on my next novel, Above and Beyond.The museum is located in Hagerstown, Md., and the grounds...

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Mosby’s first rendezvous

Thought I'd pass this event on to other Mosby enthusiasts. Unfortunately, I won't be able to make it. The Mosby Heritage Area Association, partnering with the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, will be offering its first installment in the popular...

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