While I've been mucking about trying to find a browser that would work for me, I've managed to miss two important milestones. Each of them would have merited a blog post of their own if I had been on time, but since they have already passed, I'll just call your attention to both of them.
The first one happened at the beginning of last week. My Katzenhaus Books website passed the one million mark on the chart that keeps tract of page views.
I have trouble getting my mind around that number. I started the website in the summer of 2011, and for the first year or so, I counted less than two hundred page views a month. We've come a long way. So thanks to all of you who check the website to see what new books are on the way and to read this blog. Your numbers aren't legion, but I'll settle for a million!
And then on Tuesday evening, my talented designer at Avalon Graphics sent me the cover design for "Yankee Reconstructed."
The map at the top shows several locations that will be familiar to many of you from previous books -- Beaufort (Beyond All Price), St. Helena Island (The Road to Frogmore), and Edisto Island (Damned Yankee).
The picture on the bottom, however is new. It was taken about 23 miles inland from Beaufort, at the ruins of the parish church on Old Sheldon Road. The church, in its various states of disrepair plays a crucial role in the story to come. I hope you'll be intrigued.
Coming on January 3, 2016.
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