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Shiloh Saturday: Illia Dunes Dog

It feels like summer here in Pullman and the 70+ degree weather is the perfect time to hit up one of my favorite places around The Palouse! 163 more words

Shiloh Saturday: Shiloh, Sun Dog

In the afternoons, I wait for the emergence of Shiloh, Sun Dog. When the sun hits just right and gleams through the windows and feeds the plants, Shiloh loves to lie in it and soak up the rays. 86 more words

Ten Tips Before You Turn That Manuscript In by Phyllis Naylor

During the past few months I have been working with Newbery Award winning author, Phyllis Naylor on designing and developing her website. Many of you know her book SHILOH, which landed her the Newbery Medal in 1992 and put her in the elite group with writers like, Jerry Spinelli, (another one of my clients) Lois Lowry, Kate DiCamillo, Richard Peck, Avi, and Linda Sue Park, to name a few. 360 more words


Shiloh Saturday: Introducing Shiloh, Avid Hiker

This weekend I wanted to introduce my amazing dog, Shiloh. Shiloh is a 7-year-old beagle with a big personality and a tendency toward grumpiness. 99 more words


It Wasn’t Supposed To Be This Way

It was the first Sunday morning in April–6 April, 1862, and had been raining for days in south central Tennessee.  The boys from Illinois and Ohio, Wisconsin and Minnesota, Indiana and Iowa were just waking up.   1,925 more words

American History

153 Years Ago Today: The Battle of Shiloh Begins

Scattered throughout Shiloh National Cemetery are plaques with portions of the poem:  Bivouac of the Dead by Theodore O’Hara.  Here is the opening stanza:

The muffled drum’s sad roll has beat… 300 more words

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