The nice people at HistoryImagined (https://historyimagined.wordpress.com/) have given me an opportunity to guest-post, using their format of a hypothetical interview with one of my main characters. Despite the endless hours I've spent with the Lockwoods, this is a new...
Jess Wells has kindly included me in her blog tour. Her site can be found at http://redroom.com/member/jess-wells. She is an experienced writer of great skill, and I am flattered to have her include me.
The history of the Inniskillings at Waterloo is summarized in pages such as this. The names, birthplaces, and civilian occupations of the men are detailed in a beautiful hand, next to a column that checks off their deaths on June 18, 1815.
I am frankly thrilled that Lieutenant and Mrs. Lockwood has been published by Fireship Press. It is a rather dated expression, (more typical of Lt. Lockwood's day) but I feel honored to have the book received so positively by the professionals at Fireship.