Sounded Forth the Trumpet: The Pursuit of Lee from Gettysburg

The book is a fictional account of what might have occurred if the president, the Secretary of War, the general-in-chief and the commander of the Union Army of the Potomac had aggressively used all forces available to them in order to prevent Lee’s escape with his army to Virginia after his defeat at Gettysburg. If such an effort were made and succeeded, the war would have ended in 1863, saving over 300,000 lives and millions of dollars.


Meet James A. Sagerholm

James A Sagerholm is a retired naval officer and lifelong Civil War scholar. He graduated from the Naval Academy in 1952, earning a Master of Arts in military history. During his military career, he commanded nuclear submarines armed with ballistic missiles.


Today, he has twelve grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren, and lives near Annapolis, MD with his daughter and son-in-law.

Rise of Prophecy: The Anuk Chronicles, Vol.1

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Prophecy says ancient visitors from the stars shall return at the end of this age to pass judgment
on the world. Peace will usher in prosperity; war promises annihilation. They rest in-stasis, hidden away with terrible weapons of mass-destruction.
The Empire of Atlantis seeks the power of the ancients to conquer all through vehement war. Humanity’s fate rests with a group of misfits, led by a mysterious figure with an ancient bloodline.
A race begins, with opposing sides locked in a deadly quest to find the mythical land of the ancients. One mantra holds true for those amidst the unfolding of the prophecy, “Fight the future.”