Tag Archives: Jocelyn Green

Ten Fiction Books I Want to Read This Summer

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Civil War Births Memorial Day By Jocelyn Green

  Memorial Day, as we know it, began as Decoration Day shortly after the end of the Civil War. May 30, 1868, marked the first official national observance, by proclamation of Gen. John A. Logan. But the South refused to … Continue reading

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Why Does It Take So Long? Book Publishing from Conception to Publication By Jocelyn Green

Every once in a while, someone will ask me why, for the love of new releases, does it take so long for my next book to come out? After all, I turned A Refuge Assured (link is external) into the … Continue reading

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Entry 10: Death, Comedy, and Lincoln

Originally posted on Civil War Pop:
Our American Cousin. Written by Tom Taylor. Release Date: October 15, 1858 (in America). Script Available on Google Books. Our American Cousin comes down to us primarily as the play Abraham Lincoln was watching…

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Review of Spy of Richmond

  In her novel, Spy of Richmond, Jocelyn Green tells the story of Sophie Kent, the daughter of a southern slaveholder who dares to write abolitionist articles for the newspaper. When she is caught, she must redirect her efforts. Convinced … Continue reading

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