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Spring Quarterly | 2021
The Civil War Years in Macomber's Honor Series
These are the first three in my Honor Series covering the American Civil War years. It all began for me well over two decades ago. So many memories; so many incredible adventures! To learn more about all of my novels, including story highlights, locations and an assortment of interesting book reviews,
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WAKIAN SIGHTING
photo credit_Amanda Shields_The Mariners' Museum & Park
Photo credit: Amanda Shields from The Mariners' Museum and Park
John V. Quarstein will be the dynamic host for our March 11th Virtual Conversation, which you are able to join! He is an award-winning historian, preservationist, and author. Among many other accomplishments, John is also the director emeritus of the USS Monitor Center at The Mariners’ Museum and Park in Newport News, Virginia. He is the recipient of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s President’s Award, the Civil War Society’s Preservation Award, and the DAR Gold Historians Medal. Additionally, he has a wonderful sense of humor, and we plan to enjoy our time together, so don't miss this free & unique event!
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Closing Thoughts
Connected because we're both reviewers for the NY Journal of Books, I participated with California-based host, Mandy Jackson-Beverly, who has a new podcast: "The Bookstore" where each episode features an author and his/her independent bookshop of choice. I'm in Episode 15 along with the Oxford Exchange [Tampa, Florida]. It went live on February 1st, and Mandy begins with Laura Taylor, the General Manager for Oxford Exchange's bookshop. My segment begins about halfway into the hour long program. This is a worthwhile endeavor and is already a hit, so take a listen!

Onward & Upward my friends,
Bob
Robert N. Macomber
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Pine Island, Florida