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Fought October 4, 1777, the Battle of Germantown was one of Washington’s final attempts to win back Philadelphia from the British. By the time the Battle of Germantown was fought, […]
Novel blurb via Amazon: In the tradition of The Thirteenth Tale, Brunonia Barry’s bewitching gothic novel, The Lace Reader, is a phenomenon. Called “[a] richly imagined saga of passion, suspense, […]
I’m sorry I haven’t been as active on this website as I should be. I have recently started marking a point of being more active on my facebook page and […]
Light and Stone by Nichole Louise Philadelphia 1775. Quaker and midwife-in-training Haven Temple endures a life-changing event that prompts her to forsake her pacifist beliefs and disguise herself as a […]
I wanted to publish a list of on-going sources I have used in my research. I know I’m probably missing a lot (namely the random things I look up and […]
The Oneida people play a large role in this book, and as such, I thought it only natural to include their language. I was not unfamiliar with including a language […]