The U.S. Capital Was Decided Over Dinner and Drinks!

Here’s an interesting little tidbit I stumbled across while researching for my books (you can buy The Protectorate here and The Guardians here). Most people know that the U.S. capital was established sometime in the late 1700s, but most may … Continued

History Mysteries: Abraham Lincoln’s Assassination

The fateful shot rang out in Ford’s Theatre on the night of April 14, 1865 at a performance of Our American Cousin featuring Laura Keene. And soon after, mysteries surrounding Abraham Lincoln’s assassination erupted and linger on. But for this … Continued

Time Travel Explained

Wouldn’t it be great to hop in a time machine and go 10 or 20 years into the future? What about the thrill of seeing a grandparent when they were 25? Time travel remains a fascinating topic, but are we … Continued

Cherry Blossoms, The National Mall, and Books

Hello, my friends! What a wonderful Spring we’re having. A thin, yellow sheet of pollen dusts my car at the budding births of plants, but I, and my looming headaches, refuse to cave to the abyss of sinus misery that … Continued