Reconstructing Your Bookshelf

In 2017, a blog reader sent me a book recommendation. He was so anxious for me to read this book that he even offered to send me his copy of the book by mail. I appreciated the offer but was able to save everyone the shipping costs by finding the book at the library.

Today, I wanted to share about this insightful book about Reconstruction Era tragedies and also challenge you to consider the books on your shelf about the post-Civil War times. Continue reading

Announcing A New Book!

Here’s the official announcement:Blue, Gray & Crimson: A Story of Civilian Courage at Gettysburg

I wrote a book! It’s called Blue, Gray & Crimson: A Story of Civilian Courage at Gettysburg and it will be released in Summer 2015.

I’ve been working on this project for a while. Many hours of research, planning, writing, and editing have gone into this project.

Please visit the new pages here on Gazette665 to learn more about the book, the author, the “story behind the story”, and historical details.

Oh, did I say historical details? I’m actually starting something new here on Gazette665. Starting this week, we’ll have “Back to Gettysburg on Tuesdays.” This will be a short, weekly blog post about something Gettysburg related; it might be some extra history, a historical detail included in the coming book, or something I found really interesting during my research. (Yes, the monthly themed posts will continue on Fridays.) I hope you’ll look forward to “Back to Gettysburg on Tuesday” as much as I’ve enjoyed planning and preparing these posts.

Your Historian (and Author),

Miss Sarah

P.S. Will you be looking forward to “Back to Gettysburg on Tuesdays”?