Monthly Archives: September 2013

Letter from Calvin Alewine about Chickamauga – Sept. 30, 1863

Tweet Sept. 30, 1863, Daniel Boyd is still home recovering from his wounds received at Gettysburg. He has missed the big Battle of Chickamauga in North Georgia and Eastern Tennessee. It is on this day, however; that one of the … Continue reading

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Positively Pittsburgh TV Interview now online

Tweet The interview I did last year at the Military Writers Society of America conference for Positively Pittsburgh is now available to view or download online. I had a great time at the conference in Dayton, Ohio and the interview … Continue reading

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A Passel of Hate by Joe Epley

Tweet A Passel of Hate By Joe Epley Reviewed by Keith Jones “A Passel of Hate” brings a little known, but pivotal battle of the American Revolution to life. In this book, Joe Epley crafts a tale surrounding the Battle … Continue reading

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Nightfall Over Nicodemus by R. G. Yoho

Tweet Nightfall Over Nicodemus By R. G. Yoho White Feather Press, Hamilton, MI Reviewed by Keith Jones R. G. Yoho does it again with “Nightfall Over Nicodemus.” In this fast paced Western, Yoho weaves the little known town of Nicodemus, … Continue reading

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A Great Review on Georgia Remembers Gettysburg

Tweet A new review by a high profile reviewer of many history books (over 500 reviews online) has been posted on Amazon about Georgia Remembers Gettysburg. I don’t post every review I get here, but sometimes there is one that … Continue reading

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Georgia Remembers Gettysburg among top Gettysburg sellers on Amazon

Tweet Today after working with Amazon to get Georgia Remembers Gettysburg categorized onto the list “Campaigns & Battlefields -> Gettysburg” (not sure why that was difficult) today it is at #47 among the books on the topic of Gettysburg. This … Continue reading

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