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Captain Lenoir's Diary

 

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On this anniversary of the outbreak of the American Civil War, Carroll C. Jones's new history sheds light on the battlefield and home-front experience through previously unpublished documents—the story of a Southern landowner pressed into service as leader of a Confederate volunteer company. Meticulously edited, annotated, and enhanced with appendixes and illustrations, Captain Lenoir's Diary adds valuable insight and intimate detail to  the record of the war and its aftermath.

Carroll C. Jones

 

Now available from award-winning historian Carroll C. Jones
Captain Lenoir's Diary:
Tom Lenoir and His Civil War Company from Western North Carolina
512 pages, with photographs, illustrations, maps, appendixes, and index
ISBN 978-1-935619-02-4, softcover, $34.95 USD

 

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Writing resolutions for the year to come

Well, did you finish the novel you pledged to write during National Novel Writing Month? Did you wrap up the research for that family history? Complete revision on the poems you wanted to assemble into a collection?

Even if you're disciplined in your writing life, it's hard to push your project over the goal line. So . . . in between shopping and wrapping and baking during the holiday season, be sure to carve out a daily slice of creative time. Set the alarm half an hour early and set the thermostat to kick in so your writing space is warm and inviting. Take a lunch break every day—and take your notebook to a quiet corner table. Schedule the week between Christmas and New Year's as your own personal writer's retreat.

Then, when your manuscript is finished, make 2011 your Publishing Year. Submit those poems (and whenever you get rejections, revisit as needed and send them to the next journal down your list). If you've always wanted to make your own photo book, try out the easy tools at lulu.com or blurb.com. Register for a writer's conference. And if you have a project that fits Winoca's list—send us a query!

 

 

 

 

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