Like a lot of dads from his era, mine was barely knowable. He was a WWII veteran (Army Air Corps), and went to trade school on the GI Bill. He talked rarely of his service, but enjoyed showing us his photos of his Air Corps mates and of the Senegalese soldiers with whom he’d served […]
From Wayne Turmel’s terrific Historical Fiction Blog… As I’ve said before, what qualifies as historical fiction is open to debate. For some writers it’s slavish devotion to the facts. For others it’s a setting that opens up room for the thousand “what ifs?” that make a great story. In the case of Barbara Barnett it’s […]
Remembering September 11, fifteen years later.