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.