Saturday, September 3, 2011

All the links are live!

Well, it was a learning experience, that's for darn sure. But now HARDSHIP AND HARDTACK is live (sans formatting errors) at Createspace for print, the Kindle store, the Nook store, and, for all other ebook formats, the Smashwords store.

The 126th New York Volunteers left Geneva, NY on a hot August day, 1861, ready to do their part to preserve the Union. Little did they know that they'd serve less than a month before becoming prisoners of war and labeled the "Harper's Ferry Cowards." HARDSHIP AND HARDTACK tells the story of their first year of service through the eyes of Richard Bassett, first Lieutenant of Company B, and his brother Erasmus (Rass). Because Richard's wife kept all of her husband's letters, today we have this revealing insight into the everyday life of a Union soldier.

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