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?


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