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Blog Tour continues with Lasagna Recipe and an Interview

Today I am privileged to be a guest on two blogs.

Fellow author, Linda Matchett, interviews me on the first one. Find out what led me to write my newest Civil War romance and why it is set during one of our nation’s best-known battles, the Battle of Gettysburg. 40 more words

Sandra Merville Hart

Citizens of Gettysburg in the Aftermath

“We do not know until tried what we are capable of.” Sarah Broadhead, Gettysburg citizen, wrote this on July 7, 1863—just four days after the battle ended. 368 more words

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Novel Pastimes Post - Civil War Hospital Trains

I’m so pleased to be a guest on Novel Pastimes talking about Civil War hospital trains.

Army surgeons and ordinary citizens weren’t able to adequately care for high numbers of wounded at battlefield hospitals such as the ones at Gettysburg. 28 more words

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First Book Review for A Rebel in My House!

The first review is up for my novel that released yesterday–5 stars!

Well Worth Reading
ByTwin Willows Farmon July 15, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Set during the battle at Gettysburg, “A Rebel in My House” tells the story of a woman swept up in an event that changed the course of a war.
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New Civil War Romance Releasing Today!

A novel of love and sacrifice, set during one of our nation’s most famous Civil War battles, the Battle of Gettysburg.

Available on Amazon. 3,292 more words

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Battle of Gettysburg Romance Novel Releases Today!

Gettysburg residents have worried for months that a battle in the War Between the States might be fought near them. Fearing capture, most of the men in town fled when Confederate troops were spotted nearby.  36 more words

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A Pastor's Perception After Gettysburg

Reverend William G. Browning joined a group of ministers who arrived at Gettysburg by train on Friday, July 10th,  just one week after Pickett’s Charge. The Methodist pastor helped nurse wounded at the hospitals. 328 more words

Sandra Merville Hart