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Historic Fiction and Research

“This is a work of historic fiction. As a blend of fact and fiction, the names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of

Reflections on Publishing My Writing

While at Penn Treaty Middle School, writing became focused on creating and adapting material for use in teaching American History.  Over the years, a number

The 4 books of the V&TRR

Currently, four stories are related to the fictional Virginia & Truckee Railroad of West Virginia. They span a period of four years from the summer

Reflections on Writing

J. Arthur Moore I started to write when I was in elementary school.  It was only to fulfill writing assignments from my teachers over the

The History Behind Blake’s Story

In Blake’s Story, historic events bring two boys together, one of whom has killed the father of the other. In order for this to happen,

Letters from the Front Line (Part II)

A depiction of Andersonville Prison by John L. Ransom Children grew up fast during the American Civil War as they were forced to endure hardships

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