Book Signing and Program News:
Tomorrow (Monday) morning at 8:00 a.m., I’ll be interviewed at The Cross, KBMQ/KLIC in Monroe, Louisiana. The subject will be writing and discussion of my children’s book, Jim Limber Davis: A Black Orphan in the Confederate White House.
Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1-2, I’ll be at the junior high in Hallsville, TX, presenting my Jim Limber and Civil War Program.
In addition, I’ve been asked to perform for the children at the Swamp Celts Festival in Baton Rouge, April 12. I’ll also have a booth to sign my books at. You can learn more about this fantastic Celtic festival here, http://www.swampcelts.com/
Excitement is building for my Scottish Alphabet book which we hope to have in print by August-September. I hope to begin preselling and making presentations for the book soon. If you would like to preorder a signed and discounted copy, drop me a note and we’ll discuss it. email@example.com
A Wonderful Civil War Song: On Rosemary Poole-Carter’s website, I found a beautiful arrangement of a song, “Somebody’s Darling.” If you like Civil War music, be sure and check it out. (Wava Everton, vocals; Lesley Modisette, guitar) Rosemary is the talented author of Women of Magdalene. http://www.poole-carter.info/images/Wava%20Everton%20-%20Somebodys%20Darling.mp3