Welcome to Gazette665!

I’m Sarah Kay Bierle, historian, living history enthusiast, and historical fiction writer. I’ve loved studying history for years, completed my BA in History, and published my first historical fiction novel.

I’m a historian and managing editor at Emerging Civil War, writing regularly for their blog and working as a co-managing blog editor. (ECW is a group of profession historians seeking to explore positive ways of teaching, writing, and interpreting history).

When sharing history, I try to keep the facts interesting and understandable for folks of all ages.  I believe history shouldn’t be boring. It’s about real people, real actions, real effects and it should inspire us today.

When I’m not writing, researching, or teaching, I enjoying spending time with my family and friends, teaching or playing music, reading classical literature, sewing or knitting. (And sometimes I’ll blog about these fun activities)

Gazette665 LogoSo why the name Gazette665?

Gazette: (noun) a newspaper; a sheet or half-sheet of paper containing an account of transactions which are deemed important and interesting.  (Noah Webster Dictionary, 1828)

Psalm 66:5 – “Come and see the works of God; He is awesome in His doing toward the sons of men.”

Gazette665 is dedicated to helping you learn about history through quality publications and exciting events. To date, the company has published three books and over 400 blog posts. Currently, Gazette665 is preparing to publish more books, developing historical presentations, and hosting conferences for the Southern California communities.

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I hope you’ll find the blog informative and inspiring. I post an article every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please “follow” the blog if you’d like to stay updated.

Gazette665 is also on social media:

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Live an inspired life today by learning the history of the past!

Sarah Kay Bierle, volunteering at Old Point Loma Lighthouse, 2017.

Questions or Comments? I’d appreciate a note from you…

Your Historian,

Miss Sarah







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