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Thanks for being patient all.. This post is being generated from my personal blog site featuring my (in-progress) Novel, Toll of the Liberty Bell… If successful, it should simultaneously post to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn all from a single post … Continue reading

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Upgraded Social Media Test

Please ignore this Toll of the Libertybell web test

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Book on the Horizon

For those of you who have monitored my progress here, you will notice that there has been very little done in the way of getting Toll of the Liberty Bell completed in the past year. As part of my journey … Continue reading

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Found time to write

Yesterday, amidst all the goings on of the day, I found time to write. About an hour or so. It’s really hard to make time for things you want to do. Especially if there are so many. I had a … Continue reading

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Map of Framingham 1832

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New Excerpt with factual Map – Charles (Age 14) and Father – Spring 1768

He laughed and looked to Charles. “After breakfast, I want him saddled. You will ride to John Trowbridge’s Tavern and bring back a copy of the Boston Gazette. John will have a few to sell, I am sure of it. … Continue reading

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Returned from Australia and motivated!!!

After 2+ weeks in Australia, I am returned refreshed and motivated anew… I have partly completed reading a book which is required reading for Park Rangers serving at the Concord-Lexington National Battlefield and Monument entitled: The Minutemen and Their World … Continue reading

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Research Continues while in Australia

It’s midnight in Dubai and I am en route to Australia for unrelated business. Research continues on Toll of the Liberty Bell… I will be here a few weeks but wanted to let folks know that the novel is never … Continue reading

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Making an introduction

Hello, all! My name is Victor Escobar, and I’m the new technical consultant for Christopher Poe’s venture into the world of historical novels. I will post about the application of computer technology to the crafting of historical fiction. A little … Continue reading

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Book update

Though I have not published many updates as of late, it does not mean that things are not progressing. I am learning that the accumulation of research requires steady organization. I’m working on finding the best methods for me. It … Continue reading

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