Heather Hambel Curley

About me

I am a living historian with the Baltimore Light Artillery and a former volunteer with Harpers Ferry National Historial Park in both living history and archaeology.

I write New Adult romance about the Civil War. I also write about the Edwardian era and World War II.

From my website

The Deep South, part two: The Adventure Continues

I saw an alligator today and, let’s be real people, I was super excited. In today’s edition of “I’m in the South,” I’m sunburned and Zayn Malik quit One Direction.  Jeez, it’s like becoming a fan of the Beatles in 1968 and Ringo quitting.  Seriously?  I just jumped into this…

The fast talking Yankee heads South

I’ve taken my general awkwardness and weirdness on the road and am currently writing from the wilds of the Gulf Coast, where I’m blinding the populous with my Pennsylvania paleness. The trip began as any decent road trip should: in the wilds of West Virginia.  And it’s a fourteen hour…

I’m much less glamorous and far more hobo

I’ve been working in the coal mines of Day Job the past few weeks and have been a mere shell of my normal, vivacious, sarcastic self.  Things have calmed down.  I’m probably not calm (case in point, last night I dyed my hair purple) but I’m focused enough to sit…

 
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