In honor of Valentine's Day, I thought I'd post some nostalgic sweetheart photos from WWII. Enjoy! Photo Cred: Pinterest
Writing about horses is more than simply writing about the horse....
Small towns hold a wealth of unearthed history. And this piece surprised me!
Food was so different in the 1940s. Readers and writers of historical fiction, take note: peanut butter and . . .
Hidden History is the answer to a writer's quandry for unusual history...
When odds are against you, do what my friend Starr did. . .
This blog post first appeared on http://www.kathleendenly.com, June 4, 2018. How to Write about Horses in Historical Fiction by Tisha Martin Horses have long since been an icon in American history, a loyal friend to the cowboy in the movies or in a novel. Often, too many historical writers don’t capitalize on the benefit of … Continue reading How to Write about Horses
How Christmas was celebrated on the war front during World War Two.
In 1943, the war was two years old; however, across the U.S., many homes were torn apart as fathers, brothers, uncles, and sweethearts and friends were drafted. For the duration, homes would be empty of loved ones during the holidays. To boost morale, Bing Crosby's "I'll Be Home for Christmas" became the favorite Christmas song for … Continue reading Christmas on the Home Front
What brings you pleasure? For United States cavalrymen, it was the fine horses they rode ... until one day, all that changed ...