Tag: historical fiction

  • Review: The General and Monaville, Texas

    The General and Monaville, Texas By Joe G. Bax 168 pages Aug. 1, 2009 Emerald Book Company Touching on a piece of history that I think is too often overlooked, author Joe G. Bax successfully paints a vivid picture of a small Texas town during the tumultuous period that followed the Civil War. With a […]

  • Views on historical (Civil War) fiction

    Since I haven’t had time to read any historical fiction lately, and therefore don’t have any reviews to write, I thought I’d post some questions to you guys out there who turn up your noses at the historical fiction genre. Frankly, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the number of positive reviews my novel has received from […]

  • Odds & Ends: May 10, 2008

    It’s time again for Odds & Ends. What is Odds & Ends? Here is the answer. In addition to the Civil War blogs, I’ve also subscribed to several phrases which allow me to find some interesting blog entries and news stories involving the Civil War. I’ve decided to create an on-again, off-again series of posts […]