"Peculiarly distinguished among the advance guard, where all were distinguished, must be recorded . . . Private J. W. Brown, of Company F, First Georgia Regiment, who, upon hearing the order to fall back, exclaimed, 'I will give them one more shot before I leave,' and while ramming down his twenty-ninth cartridge fell dead at his post." - General Henry R. Jackson in his report of the Battle of Greenbrier River.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Time Flies . . .

. . . and gets away from you before you realize how much of it has passed.  Between needed repairs around the house, medical issues and other distractions (including being a little burned out on writing), this blog and its readers have not received the attention they are due.  Truth be told, it will probably continue to be this way for awhile.
I am finally beginning to put together an outline for a sequel to my novel My Brother, My Friend, My Enemy, as well as continuing to collect material toward a possible book on the Seventh Florida Infantry, so what writing I do over the next several months will be aimed toward these pursuits.
I do not intend to abandon One More Shot as some others have done with their blogs; rather, I will continue to keep it active, and do intend to post occasionally as my circumstances permit.  I have been pleased to see that my older postings have continued to be read.
My thanks to those who visit One More Shot.  I sincerely hope that my writings have been enjoyable and of use.