An Historic Blog Visit

I love to vis­it Suzanne Adair’s blog, Rel­e­vant His­to­ry. There’s always some­thing new to learn about his­to­ry. Her guest blog­gers tell some of the unknown sto­ries, that hap­pen to be true, about var­i­ous times in the past. All that his­toric lore is real­ly a by-prod­uct of research an author has done for his or her book. Some­times, the his­to­ry is more recent, and includes mem­o­ries nev­er before writ­ten. And some­times, the com­ments by read­ers of the blog add to the history.

Suzan­ne’s own spe­cial­ty is the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion, espe­cial­ly in our south­ern states. But she wel­comes any area and time as her guest blog­gers. Right now I’m a guest, which com­plete­ly thrills me. My new­ly pub­lished book is a ghost sto­ry, with a ghost from 1946. Since I’m old enough to remem­ber that year (I was 16), much of my post is mem­o­ry. But, when one is writ­ing a book, one can’t depend on mem­o­ry, so, of course, I did research too.

Come vis­it my guest post, Civil­ians and Internees in World War II. Suzanne will choose one who com­ment to win a copy of my book, Cher­ish (A Ghost Mys­tery), just in time for Halloween.

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