Featured BooksI had a little bird, and its name was Enza. I opened the window, and in-flew-Enza. It is a time of innocence. The Women’s Suffrage Movement gains more attention every day. Patriotism is at its peak as the war to end all wars rages an ocean away. On the homefront, life is being lived like a Mark Twain novel - until an unseen enemy, deadlier than any human foe, threatens Mankind’s very existence. ***Affiliate link(s) below*** (Explanation in Terms of Service) More info →
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Tag Archives: World War 1
Unless you’re me, probably not. Why? Because I spent countless hours researching the 1918 influenza pandemic in order to write Enza. And it’s because of that book that I tend to get a little nervous during flu season. Especially when … Continue reading
Daniel Pullman, one of the ‘stars’ of Enza, makes a reappearance in today’s mail. Dear Arthur, I just received your letter. While I’ve delivered many letters with post marks from France, I’ve never had one of my own so I’m … Continue reading
Daylight Savings Time has sometimes been credited to Ben Franklin due to a joking reference he made in 1784. Others believe it started with London builder, William Willett (1857-1915), and his pamphlet ‘Waste of Daylight’ in 1907. Mr. Willett’s thought … Continue reading
Elliot Owens has returned for Mail Day this week. For those who may be scratching their heads and wondering what in the world this is all about, I’ll tell you. Most Mondays lately, I’ve been introducing some of the characters … Continue reading
For those who may be scratching their heads and wondering what in the world this is all about, I’ll tell you. Most Mondays lately, I’ve been introducing some of the characters from my new book, Enza (available April 23). I … Continue reading
I can’t help it. I’m getting so excited! In the past week I’ve gotten some fantastic feedback from four beta readers for my new novel, Enza (available April 23). ‘It was a great story until ____ and ____ died.’ (I … Continue reading
It starts off with a tilt of the head. At the same exact moment there is just the tiniest narrowing of the eyes and slight wrinkle of the nose as a jaw drops in what is universally recognized as the … Continue reading
I was so tired last week that I forgot that Monday was Monday and, therefore, mail day. Dear Arthur, Is it true? George Farmer wrote and said that your unit will be sailing before the middle of February? Everyone will … Continue reading
I was going through a stack of copies of really old newspapers, this one from an October 11, 1918 edition, and came across the following poem. The only reason I got a copy of this page is because I absolutely … Continue reading