Blood Moon

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Blood Moon (Ella Wood, 2) - READ BOOK ONE FREE! http://michelleisenhoff.com/subscribe/ Encounter the historic people, places, and events portrayed in the second book of the Ella Wood trilogy. Taken directly from my research during the writing of this book. Historical fiction, Civil War, slavery, Southern, women's fiction, women's independence, women's education, series, interracial, love triangle, war and military, historical romance, clean and wholesome, Kindle books, Nook books.

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Savannah's Old Cemetery dates back to the original settlement (1731). Kinda funny story we heard during our trip: back in the late 1700s or early 1800s, some of ladies in the DAR thought they’d beautify the cemetery by adding the original tabby sidewalks. So they removed a whole bunch of gravestones and paved right over everyone. Then they realized no one kept track of where the grave markers came from. They are now fastened to one of the walls surrounding the cemetery. Poor dead guys... Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Grave Markers, Old Cemeteries, Blood Moon, Sidewalks, Book Nooks, Funny Stories

Savannah's Old Cemetery dates back to the original settlement (1731). Kinda funny story we heard during our trip: back in the late 1700s or early 1800s, some of ladies in the DAR thought they’d beautify the cemetery by adding the original tabby sidewalks. So they removed a whole bunch of gravestones and paved right over everyone. Then they realized no one kept track of where the grave markers came from. They are now fastened to one of the walls surrounding the cemetery. Poor dead guys...

The Marshall House where Emily stayed during her trip to Savannah.and where my husband and I stayed for our anniversary mo. after the book published). SO FUN to stay in the same building as my character! Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, The Marshall, Blood Moon, 6 Mo, My Character, Book Nooks, 20th Anniversary

The Marshall House where Emily stayed during her trip to Savannah...and where my husband and I stayed for our 20th anniversary (6 mo. after the book published). SO FUN to stay in the same building as my character!

The Savannah Theater today, on the same plot of ground, though it burned since 1863 and has been rebuilt. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Blood Moon, Book Nooks, Savannah Chat, Theater, Teatro, Red Moon

The Savannah Theater today, on the same plot of ground, though it burned since 1863 and has been rebuilt.

The Factor's Walk in Savannah. The walkways lead directly to the cotton broker's offices (like Thad's father) along the waterfront from the bluff behind. The buildings below were cotton warehouses, located directly on the waterfront. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Blood Moon, Warehouses, Walkways, Book Nooks, Savannah Chat, Offices

The Factor's Walk in Savannah. The walkways lead directly to the cotton broker's offices (like Thad's father) along the waterfront from the bluff behind. The buildings below were cotton warehouses, located directly on the waterfront.

This was once the busy dockside district on the Savannah waterfront. These buildings were once cotton warehouses. The river is located immediately to the left. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Blood Moon, Warehouses, Book Nooks, Savannah Chat, Buildings, River

This was once the busy dockside district on the Savannah waterfront. These buildings were once cotton warehouses. The river is located immediately to the left.

There’s a steep bluff leading down to the waterfront, which I’d read about and described in Blood Moon. I was glad to find I described it pretty accurately. Thanks Google Maps street view! The original (steep!) brick and stone stairs are all over the place with these signs that made me chuckle. We did watch one drunk guy navigate them and thought for sure he was going to fall down and break his crown. Historical Romance, Historical Fiction, Ella Woods, Stone Stairs, Watch One, Maps Street View, Blood Moon, Brick And Stone, Book Nooks

There’s a steep bluff leading down to the waterfront, which I’d read about and described in Blood Moon. I was glad to find I described it pretty accurately. Thanks Google Maps street view! The original (steep!) brick and stone stairs are all over the place with these signs that made me chuckle. We did watch one drunk guy navigate them and thought for sure he was going to fall down and break his crown.

inch mm) wooden frame with digital mat and print (other products available) - CIVIL WAR: CHARGE, <br> & War for the Union, 1862 - A Cavalry Charge.& Engraving, American, - Image supplied by Granger Art on Demand - Framed Print made in the USA Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Winslow Homer Paintings, Civil War Art, Value In Art, Civil War Photos, Wood Engraving

Winslow Homer, who would become famous for his American landscapes, got his start as an illustrator for newspapers. Harper's Weekly hired illustrators to draw the war.

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