Readers of The Truth About Daniel have been asking me what it takes to write historical fiction. To answer,
This movie showed how real twentieth-century heroines made strides for women’s rights. Susan B. Anthony
I’m still processing, both mentally and photographically, what I saw this week at the Talman Building in Rochester, NY. But as we celebrate Black History Month, here’s one tidbit I brought back for you. My heroine Harriet Jacobs, who self-published this book before the Civil War, had a reading room one floor above Frederick Douglass’s office […]
This week my two new friends Connie Logan and Jinny Vogel-Polizzi retraced Susan B.’s steps from Susan B.’s birthplace in Adams, Massachusetts to her adult home in Rochester, NY. (Click on picture to enlarge it.) But it isn’t the first time they’ve “followed” Susan.
In 1845, when several of the Anthony family moved to Rochester, NY, this section of the Erie Canal probably looked much as it does today.