Tuesday’s Temptation ~ July 13

Despite how wonderful my current reads might be (or, this week, how incredibly disturbing), I really enjoy being able to look over my shelves and drool over the as-of-yet unread goodies. I don’t know about you, but I could spend a half hour or more just touching the spines and, because I have to double […]

#183 ~ Two Brothers: One North, One South

Two Brothers: One North, One South by David H. Jones Walt Whitman has a calling, not only as a poet but as someone to do what he can to ease the pain of the injured and dying soldiers from the American Civil War.  Although a native of New York, Whitman does not let a soldier’s […]

#127 ~ A Civil General

A Civil General by David Stinebeck and Scannell Gill General George Henry Thomas was an interesting man.  Although born and raised in Virginia, he chose to fight for the North during the Civil War.  That decision cost him his family.  Despite his sacrifices, he was still viewed with some suspicion by his fellow officers.  It […]