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THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT HICKS – Part 4

This is Part 4 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The … Continue reading

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PART 4: NEAR MISS AT DAVIS’ CROSSROADS

This is the fourth and concluding installment of a reprint of an article of mine that was originally featured in the July 1998 issue of the magazine “America’s Civil War.” Stanley, “finding that it would be necessary…to remain on or … Continue reading

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PRELUDE TO CHICKAMAUGA

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m in the process of reworking a Civil War novel I wrote back in the ’90s (while at the same time still working on Jack Mallory’s tales), so I thought I would share an article of … Continue reading

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THE GHOST DEER OF CHICKAMAUGA

I’m still on my writing hiatus from Jack Mallory (though I do miss him), but I’m two-thirds of the way through this reinvention of an old Civil War manuscript, The Edge of Hell. Once through, I’ll return to Jack, Ketch, … Continue reading

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Revisiting An Old Friend

After finishing the third draft of The Driver’s Wife in January, the question was, “What next?” I try to let drafts breathe a while before tackling the next. I’m hoping one more draft will see The Driver’s Wife ready for … Continue reading

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