Do you know about the Histocrats? They interviewed me recently as part of their “7 Questions With…” series. The complete interview can be found here. Click through and scroll down past my photo. I appreciate this opportunity to share a bit about my love of history and my own personal … [Read more...]
Welcome to Lisa's Blog
Peruse Lisa's general posts as well as entries from her Every Now and Then, Georgia On My Mind, and History is Elementary blogs.
A few years ago, I woke one morning realizing I had a few things to do that did not have anything to do with any of work goals. The long list included making appointments for others, finding paperwork for others, washing clothes for others, and planning a couple of projects I needed to finish for … [Read more...]
I love the story of the Red River Raft for several reasons. It has an intriguing name. You might see in your mind's eye images of pioneers racing down a river with all their earthly possessions stacked on a hastily fashioned wooden log raft, but that's not what this story is about. In fact, … [Read more...]
What makes a good plot line for a story? First, I think you need interesting characters who are captivating enough to give up a few minutes of your time and allow yourself to be drawn into the story. Add in some great details – a poignant love story, heroic deeds during wartime, a tragic loss … [Read more...]