One Great Way to Promote Your Book: A Blog Tour

Once upon a time Once upon a time in a century long past when an author wrote a book his or her publisher might send the writer on a book tour.  The author would visit media outlets in various cities promoting their book and conduct book signings. Oh, this still sometimes happens if the author… Continue reading One Great Way to Promote Your Book: A Blog Tour

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Poem: My Sidewalk

My Sidewalk In my neighborhood there is a sidewalk. It’s greets me every day. In front of my house, It goes to the east Toward the sunrise And it goes to the west Toward the sunset. I can get on my sidewalk and walk to the end of the street. There it is met by… Continue reading Poem: My Sidewalk

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April 6, 1862

152 years ago today the Battle of Shiloh in the US Civil War began. My great-great grandfather Jacob Kepler fought in the Battle of Shiloh. He was a private in the Company C, 53rd Indiana Infantry. He was one of the older soldiers. He was born in 1820. He served in the Army of the… Continue reading April 6, 1862

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“Sacrifice On the Steppe: The Italian Alpine Corps in the Stalingrad Campaign, 1942-1943″ by Hope Hamilton

As a lifelong history buff, military history enthusiast, former US Army officer and holder of a BA degree in history, I find myself pleasantly surprised from time to  time when I encounter a book that fills a void in my historical education. “Sacrifice On The Steppe: The Italian Alpine Corps in the Stalingrad Campaign, 1942-1943″… Continue reading “Sacrifice On the Steppe: The Italian Alpine Corps in the Stalingrad Campaign, 1942-1943″ by Hope Hamilton

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