Five Questions with Terry Barkley, Author of "Eve's Wail"

Posted by BrayBree Publishing on 12/5/2016 to Terry Barkley
Five Questions with Terry Barkley, Author of
We’re excited to present a series of blog posts that will introduce readers to our talented authors and the books they’ve written, as well as learn about their motivations to write them and their creative and research processes.

This month, we have Terry Barkley, author of BrayBree's latest title, Eve’s Wail - An Enslaved Woman Burned at the Stake in Colonial Virginia.

Five Questions with Jack McGregor Campbell, Author of "The Great Magness Trial"

Posted by BrayBree Publishing on 11/25/2016 to Jack MacGregor (Mac) Campbell

Five Questions with Peggy Scott Holley, Author of "Hawkins' Tories"

Posted by BrayBree Publishing on 2/17/2016 to Peggy Scott Holley
Five Questions with Peggy Scott Holley, Author of
We’re excited to present a series of blog posts that will introduce readers to our talented authors and the books they’ve written, as well as learn about their motivations to write them and their creative and research processes.

This month, we have Peggy Scott Holley, author of Hawkins’ Tories: A Regimental and Social History of the 7th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry USA in the Civil War.

Five Questions with Thomas Aud, Author of "Gold is the Key"

Posted by BrayBree Publishing on 9/4/2015 to Thomas L. Aud
Five Questions with Thomas Aud, Author of
We’re excited to present a series of blog posts that will introduce readers to our talented authors and the books they’ve written, as well as learn about their motivations to write them and their creative and research processes.

Next, we have Thomas Aud, author of Gold is the Key - Murder, Robbery, and the Gold Rush in Jackson, Tennessee. Mr. Aud is Archivist for the Madison County Archives in Jackson, Tennessee.

Five Questions with Author Terry Barkley about "The Gentle Scholar"

Posted by BrayBree Publishing on 3/26/2015 to Terry Barkley