*The Constable's Tale*5-Stars* by Donald Smith-Don't Miss it!

The Constable’s Tale is a compelling and meticulously crafted historical fiction novel. Donald Smith crafts this eighteen-century story with numerous sharp and authentic details. I felt as if I was living during the 1700’s in early America instead of just reading about it. 239 more words

Peg Glover Reviews

Robert “King” Carter and the Father of our Country – Connecting the Dots of History

A lot of understanding history is understanding connections. Making relevant connections

and interpreting those connections to people. Recently I played a part in curating a new exhibit at the Manassas Museum. 783 more words

Revolutionary War

Traveling the World

Another stormy morning here in the midwest. The house is quiet, I’ve got a cup of hot herbal tea to enjoy, and I’m about to pick up my little “ 452 more words

From Christina


Sure, why not? D. Wallace Peach, MythsoftheMirror.com , risked her reputation by including this humble author in the “777 Writer’s Challenge”. Now, she really is an author of some note whilst I’m still struggling to learn where commas go, or not, maybe. 451 more words


Fort Ticonderoga

“Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga, NY” by Mwanner – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons –

Welcome to Fort Ticonderoga ! It sits high above the western shore of Lake Champlain.   320 more words

Powder horns after the 'Bloody Day'

At Fort Ticonderoga, there’s a display of powder horns. I’m sure I had heard of powder horns before, but I had certainly never thought much of them, until I saw this display. 238 more words