How would YOU answer Nat’s questions?
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Envisioning the battle…
Honestly, reading up on what our brave ancestors went through, I feel like I just cannot do their service justice. But to imagine the battle, men in action… it is sobering and exhilarating.
^ True story ^
If you’re subscribed to my writing newsletter
, then you know that nope, I’m not doing NaNoWriMo this year. 🙂 I haven’t done it yet, actually, as Novembers tend to be super busy for our family. BUT… I am going to try really hard to get 20,000 words done in Choice.
Already I’m lagging a little behind and need to step it up. Prayers really
appreciated as I’m in the home-stretch!
What is one of your favorite things about the Civil War era?
Time for more quotes! One of the things that I “dreaded” the most about writing Choice was the battle scenes. I’m not so sure I’m doing a swell job with the rough draft, but it’s coming. In fact… I think I like writing fighting scenes!
The following quote about the Hornet’s Nest is true history. A regiment is supposed to be 1,000 men. From what I’ve researched, The 18th Missouri never really reached full strength. But after the Hornet’s Nest, there were only about 300 men left in the regiment who were not killed or captured.
*spoiler alert* Yes, one of my characters that is close to Nat ends up captured by the confederates in this chapter! 🙂