ABOUT WHITE SHOE:
Scheduled for publication March 2019. Here is the tentative cover:
ABOUT THE SWAMP FOX:
The paperback is out! Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc.
Was just advised that the publisher, Da Capo, plans to issue a paperback edition in spring 2018.
Above: D.A.R. in Washington, D.C. where I spoke on "Swamp Fox" on May 12, 2017
I spoke on "Swamp Fox" before a crowd of 115 at the Society of Cincinnati in Washington, D.C. on May 11, 2017 (above)
My radio interview with the book review website Readara:
On January 19, 2017 I spoke on "Swamp Fox" at Fraunces Tavern (above), the historic site where George Washington gave his farewell military address in 1783
Scenes from the Book Fair at the Buckley School in Manhattan where I was one of the signing authors (November 14, 2016)
I did a reading/signing of "Swamp Fox" at the Barnes & Noble in Columbia, South Carolina on October 20.
Scenes from the annual Francis Marion/Swamp Fox Symposium in Manning, South Carolina where I spoke on October 22 on "A patriot (but not 'The Patriot')"
My new book, "The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution," has been published in October 2016 by Da Capo Press. Now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other sites.
ABOUT AMERICAN QUEEN:
A recent podcast about "American Queen" as part of the Ohio history series, "Ohio v. the World":
On July 7, 2016 I spoke about "American Queen" to a group of about 60 at the North Shore Civil War Roundtable on Long Island.
My interview about Kate Chase on The Mike Slater Show (March 14, 2016):
October 5 lecture at Huron Public Library
June 26: I lectured on "American Queen" to the Narragansett Historical Society
June 7: "American Queen" has been named as one of five finalists for the Ohiana (Ohio Library Association) 2015 book awards, in the category of "by or about an Ohioan." Winners announced in July.
June 6: I participated in a panel on "Civil War Women" at the 2015 Biographers International Organization annual conference in Washington, D.C.
Guest Lecture on "American Queen" in Utica, NY at the Roscoe Conkling home (3 Rutger Park)--May 3, 2015
This is a link to my TV appearance on Books Du Jour:
ABOUT "Jean Arthur":
I was pleased to cooperate with New York governor Andrew Cuomo's office in providing for a "Walk of Fame" plaque for Jean Arthur at the new Adirondacks Welcome Center to open near Lake George this fall (2018). The plaque, which looks like a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star, will be one of the initial plaques to recognize famous persons with connections to the Adirondacks region.
Jean Arthur (Gladys Georgianna Greene) was born in 1900 in Plattsburgh, New York, in the Adirondacks region, and also lived in Saranac Lake, near Lake Placid, as a child.
The new plaque will supplement the one placed in Plattsburgh in 2015 (see below).
Jean Arthur Day and Plaque Unveiling in Plattsburgh, NY May 2, 2015
The above link is to the Lake Champlain Weekly, which did a nice piece on me.
More on American Queen:
Today's (Jan. 30 2015) radio interview with Tim Danahey in Colorado:
Two reviews in today's (January 11, 2015) Sunday papers, one from the Columbus Dispatch and the other from the New York Times:
My radio interview with Dr. Alvin Jones can be heard here:
My book launch party on October 30 at the Redeye Grill in Manhattan was a big success. About 40 attended, including a dozen descendants of Kate Chase, and one of Nettie's great grandsons. Ninety-two-year old Ann Donaldson, who knew Kate's daughters Ethel and Portia, was there. Several people came in period costume, among them professor Richard Vangermeersch as Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase.
About American Queen:
My radio interview on November 11 with Dr. Alvin Jones:
Today (November 3) American Queen reached #4 on Amazon among Civil War book about women (really #3 since 1 and 2 are the same book, different formats).
American Queen is now available through Amazon and other internet booksellers and is on the physical shelves at Barnes & Noble.
About An All-American Murder: