First, I would like to announce that we have finally reached our one hundredth post. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this site and to all you readers out there who continue to support us.
There are a couple of events/items that I wanted to make you aware of that are coming up. First, I will be participating in a virtual book tour with TLC Book Tours, which will be showing David H. Jones’s book Two Brothers: One North, One South. I am scheduled to be a tour stop on Nov. 17. What that means is that I will have a review up by that day and the author will “stop” by here and be available for questions and comments, guest posting, and interviewing. I would like to encourage you all, especially those who have read the book, to stop by and post comments and interact with the author. I will do my best to communicate with the tour company and prepare the site. Now, I will be in and out that day, as I have class in the morning and early afternoon, but will be around. Basically, tell your friends to stop by and meet David H. Jones and learn about his book. If you are interested in following the tour, here is a list of tour stops:
Monday, November 3rd – Strategist’s Personal Library
Wednesday, November 5th – My Adventures in History
Thursday, November 6th – Civil War Literature
Friday, November 7th – Kathleen’s Book Reviews
Monday, November 10th – Bobbi’s Book Nook
Tuesday, November 11th – The Bell Rang
Wednesday, November 12th – Random Wonder
Friday, November 14th – Confessions of a Real Librarian
Monday, November 17th – Civil War History
Monday, November 17th – Military History Blog
Wednesday, November 19th – Bookfoolery and Babble
Friday, November 21st – Literarily
Monday, November 24th – Ready When You Are, C.B.
Tuesday, November 25th – In the Shadow of Mount TBR
Wednesday, November 26th – TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog
Friday, November 28th – A High and Hidden Place
Monday, December 1st – wig-wags
Also, here is some information on the book and the author:
David’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The other item is also a bit timely. It is getting to that time of year for graduate school applications to be prepared and submitted, but it is not too late. I would like to invite professors and graduate schools that specialize in American history and the Civil War to get in touch with me, as I will be setting up a Graduate School section for the site, which will provide links and information to prospective students. What that means is that if you are involved with a graduate program in History, I want to help you reach students. So, tell me a bit about your program, including admission requirements, degree requirements, contacts, any fun facts or other interesting information that makes your institution unique. I ask that you use the Contact page on the site to submit this information. In another month or so, I will set up a section for undergraduate programs, so be ready.
I hope you all will enjoy these new features when they appear. On another happy note, I finally received my bound copies of my thesis and they look awesome. It is quite nice to finally have them to hold. I will post my thesis here sometime soon, but need to correct a security issue on the PDF. Have a great week and thank you all again for your support.