Tag Archives: Sarah Kay Bierle

2018 Civil War Conference: Meet The Speakers, Part 2

Last week we introduced three of the six speakers for Gazette665’s Third Annual Civil War History Conference, and today you’ll “meet” three more talented individuals, sharing their speaker bios and a little information about how I (conference coordinator) met them. … Continue reading

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Announcing A New Book: Lighthouse Loyalty

Gazette665 is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a new historical novel by Sarah Kay Bierle. Lighthouse Loyalty Nine-year-old Susan Rose Arnold isn’t sure if she will like living at a new lighthouse location along the Long Island Sound. … Continue reading

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Gazette665’s 2016 Year In Review

It’s the last days of 2016, 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:

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Art For A Novel: Bringing A Scene To Life

We form ideas based on our first impressions – it’s a fact of life. It’s not really fair and can lead to some bad conclusions. (Ask me about General James Longstreet!) So even though there’s the old saying “don’t judge … Continue reading

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An “Author Interview” – Part 2

This is Part 2 of my “interview of myself”, with the purpose of sharing about my life and work as a writer. (You can find the Introduction and Part 1 HERE). And now, without further ado, I will continue answering questions … Continue reading

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An “Author Interview” – Part 1

During the last few months, I’ve enjoyed going to book signings. It’s always nice to meet readers who are interested in my historical novel Blue, Gray & Crimson: A Story of Civilian Courage at Gettysburg. At these events, I usually answer … Continue reading

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