Happy 2017! (Here’s The Plan)

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The new year is here! I hope your celebrations have been fun and safe.

This will be a short post, but I wanted to share a couple changes you’re going to see on Gazette665. We are officially starting 3 blog posts per week.

Monday – 1862: In Their Words   Exploring the thoughts, feelings, actions, and consequences of real people caught in the turmoil of civil war, this blog series provides a quote with contextual background regarding the author, location, or event.

Wednesday – 19th Century American Maritime: A New Look at Sailing, Whaling, Lightkeeping, & Blockade Running This blog series will change topics quarterly, covering all listed subjects…and you’ll be surprised how they all tie together! It should be a fun collection of sea-faring articles, and stay tuned for a new fiction publication this year related to the topic. 😉

Friday – Historical Theme of the Month  As we’ve done from the very beginning of Gazette665, Friday blog posts and their topic change each month. January will kick off with The Generals’ Horses: 4 Famous Civil War Steeds. You can find the entire schedule for the year on the event page.

Don’t forget EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION is open for Gazette665’s Civil War History Conference “1862: Searching For Victory”! Full-day conference (lunch included) with great speakers. $40 Register Today!

There are lots of projects in the works, but it wouldn’t be much fun if we gave away all the surprises today…so stay tuned and join us for a fabulous new year.

Best wishes to all an inspired 2017!

Your Historian,

Miss Sarah

P.S. Are you excited about the transition to 3 blog posts per week? Just so you know, if you’d rather received all the blog posts once a week, you can manage that in your subscription. Click on frequency and choose your preference. Making it easy for you to enjoy history in your schedule!

About Sarah Kay Bierle

I’m Sarah Kay Bierle, historian, living history enthusiast, 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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