Tag Archives: Great Storms of the Chesapeake

Tips on hosting a Facebook chat for authors

The weather forecasts were calling for the most snow we’d had in years here in Maryland. It was just possible that the “snow band” through the I-95 corridor ranging from just west of Baltimore up toward Philadelphia could see 2 … Continue reading

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Book signing … maybe in the snow?

Pen? Check. Books? Check. All signed and ready to go for the book signing tonight 6-8 pm at the Old Gray Mare in historic Chesapeake City on the water in Maryland. This is part of the town’s Candlelight House Tour, … Continue reading

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GREAT STORMS OF THE CHESAPEAKE talk this Tuesday at North East Library!

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Writing goals for 2013

The year is already passing in a blur, and so is the book biz. Publishing has changed so much from the days when I shopped manuscripts around to agents and worried about things like return postage, manuscript boxes, and using … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Great Storms of the Chesapeake about the ‘Hurry Cane of 1667’

“There Was Nothing that Could Stand Its Fury” — From GREAT STORMS OF THE CHESAPEAKE (History Press 2012) One of the first major storms to impact early settlers around Chesapeake Bay was the Great Hurry Cane of 1667. No weather … Continue reading

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Book signing 1 pm Saturday Oct. 27 at Christiana Mall B&N

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