Monthly Archives: April 2011

Short story today – Dew on the Kudzu

Tweet A short story I wrote appears today in the webzine, Dew on the Kudzu. “Bushwhacker Blues: A Long Crawl Over the Hills” is a dramatic rendering of real events that happened in the North Carolina mountains in October in … Continue reading

Posted in Short Story | Leave a comment

Boys of Diamond Hill #67 Amazon Letters & Correspondence

Tweet “The Boys of Diamond Hill” broke into another ranking today. Number 67 in the Amazon Bestsellers in Letters & Correspondence, just ahead of “Letters To Penthouse XXV: She’s Mine, She’s Yours, She’s Wild!”… Not too shabby!

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Albemarle Tonight

Tweet Tonight I will be the speaker at the Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting in Albemarle, NC. I will be speaking — of course — on the Boys of Diamond Hill at 7:00 pm at Jay’s Seafood Restaurant.

Posted in Diamond Hill | Leave a comment

Duke University RBMSCL Guest Column

Tweet I was asked recently by the people at the Duke special collections to write a short essay about my experiences researching for the “Boys of Diamond Hill” at the Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library. My … Continue reading

Posted in Diamond Hill | Leave a comment

Company Shops Living History Weekend

Tweet I was at the Company Shops Living History this weekend in downtown Burlington, NC. Sold several copies of “In Due Time” and “Boys of Diamond Hill” while commemorating the Sesquicentennial of when the troops gathered at the train depot … Continue reading

Posted in Diamond Hill, In Due Time | Leave a comment