Monthly Archives: October 2011

Elberton, Georgia this Weekend

Tweet A reminder to all my Georgia people to come on out to see me on Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Granite City Fall Festival in my old home town of Elberton. This festival is situated … Continue reading

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Read my Short Story Online Free

Tweet Today, Second Wind Publishing has posted my most recent short story, “Take My Hand” as part of their latest contest for their next anthology, “Change is in the Wind.” Go check it out. There are buttons at the bottom … Continue reading

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150 Years Ago – Boys of Diamond Hill

Tweet To read the entries thus far for the Sesquicentennial series for The Boys of Diamond Hill click here. October 24, 1861: Pressley Boyd writes a letter to his brothers and sisters from Rock Run Camp near Centerville, Virginia. The … Continue reading

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Tweet I finally got out to see Courageous, the new movie by the Kendrick brothers of Albany, Georgia. I was afraid that I might miss seeing it in the theaters due to God friendly films usually having a short theatrical … Continue reading

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Interview with Tim Johnston of Short Story America

Tweet Interview with Tim D. Johnston I hope you enjoy this interview with Tim Johnston, the editor of Short Story America (SSA) and an accomplished writer in his own right. In talking with Tim after receiving his responses to my … Continue reading

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Granite City Fall Festival – Nov. 5

Tweet I have begun making arrangements to be at the Granite City Fall Festival in my hometown of Elberton, Georgia on November 5, 2011. I have talked to the officials at the Chamber of Commerce and arranged for a spot … Continue reading

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Gallant Soldiers – 14th SC, Co. I

Tweet For those interested in the South Carolina Volunteers during the War for Southern Independence, there is a fresh new book out. “Gallant Soldiers, Four Years with McCalla Rifles” by E. Wayne Wilson details the history of Company I, Fourteenth … Continue reading

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Now I’m International!

Tweet While checking out — where you can find where a book is in networked libraries around the world — today I found that “The Boys of Diamond Hill” can now be checked out from Cambridge University in the … Continue reading

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Long Ride to Yesterday by R.G. Yoho

Tweet Long Ride to Yesterday By R. G. Yoho White Feather Press, Hamilton, MI Reviewed by Keith Jones “Long Ride to Yesterday” is essentially the “secret origins” of Gain Carson, a character included in Yoho’s other Westerns as an ancillary … Continue reading

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Today at Stone Mountain

Tweet Good day hanging out at the House of Boyd tent at the Stone Mountain Georgia Highland Games. Talked to a lot of people stopping by with Boyd ties about the Boys of Diamond Hill. If you were not there, … Continue reading

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