Monthly Archives: October 2014

Read my latest short story FREE at Bethlehem Writers Roundtable

Tweet Just released in the latest edition of the Bethlehem Writers Roundtable — the literary journal of the Bethlehem Writers Group — is my short story: Dressed–And Stuffed–To Kill: A Matt Cutter Mystery This features tongue in cheek private investigator, … Continue reading

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Daniel Boyd, Oct. 25, 1864 – Battles of Cedar Creek & Hupps Hill

Tweet On Oct. 25, 1864, Daniel Boyd wrote his father Robert Boyd from camp in New Market, Virginia. In this letter he goes into great detail about what he refers to as “a big fight near Strasburg.” What he refers … Continue reading

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Left Behind – 2014

Tweet Left Behind the Movie 2014 I got the opportunity to check out the Left Behind remake this weekend. I had read the book series a number of years ago and really enjoyed it. That’s why, like many people, I … Continue reading

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