As I lay in bed in 2017 with the thermostat set in the low 70’s, I ponder the plight of our Colonial American forebears. They were just as in need of … [Read more...] about Staying Warm in Colonial America
The battle continued to go poorly and rumors filtered through the hospital tent. "We're outnumbered. Our mates kept shootin,' but they … [Read more...] about The Surrender at Saratoga that Changed the World
September 19, 1777: Saratoga, New York State A dead soldier lay on top of him, but William was too weak to push him off. Was … [Read more...] about 240th Anniversary of the Battle of Saratoga
Many lovers of American history are well aware that Benedict Arnold was the infamous traitor of the American Revolution. But the fact that … [Read more...] about Benedict Arnold —From Hero to Traitor
I think I must be the worst Author-Blogger! How many months have flown by since I announced my friend, Janet Grunst, and I were both finalists in the … [Read more...] about FINALLY! The Selah Award Winner!
Yesterday was extra special when it was announced that Saratoga Letters was a finalist in the historical fiction category for the … [Read more...] about Saratoga Letters: Finalist in Selah Awards!