(National Poetry Month, Day 18)
Every year, I feel as though April 18 is something…but I just can’t remember what.
This year, I remembered: the midnight ride of Paul Revere! 1,062 more words
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Today I’m joining author Ginger Simpson’s Friday FreeBits, six paragraphs from one of my published books.
Below is my entry from Winter Fire, an historical romance set during the American Revolution in upstate New York. 305 more words
I love it when I can do entries in this series about everyday objects that have become historical by virtue of simply having survived. You wouldn’t expect to see cookie molds among a cache of priceless treasures from the American Revolution, but that’s exactly the case with these. 320 more words