Gazette665’s 2015 Year In Review

Sarah Kay BierleIt’s the last day of 2015, and it’s a great time to look back at the highlights of the year. So here’s a review of what was new or successful this year on Gazette665:

New Stuff in 2015

Blue, Gray & Crimson: A Story of Civilian Courage at Gettysburg was released in July

History Learning Center – features educational resources for every major era of U.S. History (Presidential History and California State History were also added)

Holiday History & Craft Blog Posts

Back to Gettysburg on Tuesdays blog post series (this has been a lot of fun!)

Gazette665 got a Facebook Page

Out & About in 2015

Attended 7 Living History Events

3 Formal History Presentations

5 Official Book Signings

Attended 1 Civil War Conference

1 Historical California Trip

Blog Statistics

12 Months of Successful, On-Schedule Blogging…Huzzah!

Most Popular Tag (Topic) – American Civil War

1st Prize for Most Popular Blog Post – Reputations, Redcoats, and Squares: The British Army at Waterloo

2nd Prize for Most Popular Blog Post – 5 Myths About Civil War Medicine

Current Readership – 149 Official Followers

Emerging Civil War

In Spring 2015 I submitted an article to Emerging Civil War blog…little did I know it would be the first of many. The editors liked my perspective and writing style and invited me to contribute more regularly as a guest blogger.

During the autumn, ECW members voted and invited me to join them as a member historian and author. I’m excited to work with this group and explore new ways of sharing inspiring history. (Don’t worry – I’m not closing Gazette665!)

11 Blog Posts for Emerging Civil War…and more coming in 2016!

Wishing You A Very Happy 2016…And Looking Forward To Another Great Year Of Historical Research & Writing.

Your Historian,

Miss Sarah

P.S. What was your favorite blog post of the year on Gazette665?


About Sarah Kay Bierle

I’m Sarah Kay Bierle, historian, editor, and historical fiction writer. When sharing history, I try to keep the facts interesting and understandable. History is about real people, real actions, real effects and it should inspire us today.
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