Category Archives: Time Travel

Civil War Transcendence, part 352

  We arrived at the cavalry camp in no time. The sergeant I had talked to before was still on duty, and he ushered me in without preamble as I rode up to the guard post. I went immediately to … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 351

  The Colonel stopped dead in his tracks as I rapidly walked to the guard post. “Good luck,” he said. And then as an afterthought he chimed, “And congratulations!” “Thank ya, sir,” I replied with a wave. When I got … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 350

  The Colonel’s gaze rested on me after his perusal of my attire. “You aren’t in military uniform Lieutenant,” he asserted. “That’s correct Colonel Daniels. Major Mosby wanted me to act as a scout and a behind tha lines spy. … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 349

  The time went quickly as we drove the few miles to Harpers Ferry. Daphne was cradled next to me with my left arm around her and her head buried into my chest. She couldn’t see my face so she … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Assassins of History Book One

Coming Soon in Paperback and Kindle, Assassins of History: Transference A mysterious time machine takes Sheldon Owen Woods on a sinister ride from the 21st Century back to the Civil War, where something is enormously wrong. Everything is out of … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 348

  Daphne nestled closer to me as we made our way out of Halltown. Turning to look at her with a serious expression, I broached the subject that had been on my mind, “Daphne, I don’t have anything to offer, … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 347

  The Newcomer household must have been apprised of the required departure of the dynasty’s daughter, because Mrs. Newcomer was caterwauling to beat sixty. Her entreaties were falling on the deaf ears of Mr. Newcomer, who was still smarting from … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 346

  I suddenly felt weak in the knees, as we say in Arkansas when feeling exhausted. I apologized, “I’m sorry, but I must sit down,” and I plopped down rather hard on the chaise lounge. Daphne immediately put her hand … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 345

  The two Newcomer boys, Mrs. Newcomer, Daphne and a few of the house servants comprised the greeting committee. I noted that Mr. Newcomer, Ahab and Bessie weren’t members of the welcoming throng. I shook hands when offered, gave an … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 344

  Stonewall didn’t like me very much when we tried to drape the highwayman’s body over his saddle. He tried to back up, but I said firmly, “Ya gotta take this body for us. We don’t have any room in … Continue reading

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