Originating in the 19th century, Manifest Destiny was a belief that the US was destined to spread throughout the American continents. That this spread was inevitable and therefore justified, at any cost. The idea was that manifesting this inescapable advancement was the duty of all US citizens of the time. The term was originally coined… Continue reading Manifest Destiny
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The California Gold Rush 1849: The Wonder and The Horror
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This quote by Charles Dickens was meant to describe the upheaval caused by the French Revolution. But it could just as easily have been used to describe the chaos that erupted shortly after a certain carpenter named James Wilson Marshall, from New Jersey, found… Continue reading The California Gold Rush 1849: The Wonder and The Horror
New book and a great deal!
Today I have two exciting things to tell you. First, I have a new release. The Mountain of Slow Madness is the second Hawke & Carmody short story. Together with Delta of the Dying Souls these short stories are quick reads for when you find yourself waiting in line, commuting, or just sitting in the… Continue reading New book and a great deal!