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An Interview with Alternate History Writer Robert Conroy

This week, we will be looking at one of the top alternate history writers active today, Robert Conroy.  Hopefully, this blog will cover many more writers from this Genre in the future, but there is no way to have a conversation about Alternate History writers without bringing up Robert Conroy.  1,171 more words


A Sun-Drenched Day at Historic Yellow Springs ~ Chester Springs, Pennsylvania

Yellow Springs Inn

Yellow Springs Inn



“Yellow” Spring

Bath House Shadows

Stream’s Edge

Yellow Springs Inn

Mineral Spring

Bath House

This Way

Jenny Lind Springhouse… 18 more words


Found in the Vault: An inscription from Henry Dearborn

Here’s a name that should be familiar to American history buffs and Michigan residents alike: Henry Dearborn, Revolutionary War Colonel, U.S. Secretary of War under Thomas Jefferson, Major General during the War of 1812, and the namesake of Dearborn, Michigan (the hometown of Henry Ford). 687 more words

Found In The Vault

Culpeper Minute Men Flag

October 19, 1781

British General Charles Cornwallis formally surrenders 8,000 British soldiers and seamen to a French and American force at Yorktown, Virginia, bringing the American Revolution to a close. 20 more words

Shaving The Yak

Fight For Your Right (To Party)

Everyone who reads this blog and/or knows me in real life can tell I like to party. And, if you read this blog and/or know me in real life, you know that I have my own personal philosophies about partying. 904 more words

Real Thing to Fear

The more I read about the Ebola, the less I worry about it. But that doesn’t mean that we have nothing to fear.

West Nile Virus is also indigenous to Equatorial Africa, and has killed 14 people in California in 2014 (1,440 nationwide). 453 more words

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A Different Kind of Courage

Title: A Different Kind of Courage
Author: Sarah Holman
Date Started: September 27

Other Works by Author:
The Destiny of One
The Destiny of a Few… 455 more words

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