Loyd Uglow

About me

I am a history and writing professor, a retired naval officer, and an author. Although I’ve published mostly nonfiction, I actually prefer writing fiction, particularly historical fiction. Reading a good novel is an immensely satisfying experience. I get the same pleasure from writing one–only it lasts for several months rather than just a few days. My main interest in fiction is in the military/historical subgenre, so effectively represented by Patrick O’Brian and Bernard Cornwell.

From my website

Slow Train to Sonora–Prologue and Chapter 1

The Border Army Series       SLOW TRAIN TO SONORA LOYD M. UGLOW     Prologue Spring 1911   “The wrath of a king is as messengers of death.” —Proverbs 16:14a   Rodolfo Escarra glanced across the opulent room at the massive grandfather clock. Five minutes to ten. The…

Slow Train to Sonora

In 1911, veteran army officer C. W. Langhorne accepts a clandestine assignment that will carry him into revolutionary Mexico for the War Department along with the handsome young ladies’ man, Lieutenant Calvin Jester. While Langhorne runs afoul of the Acordada, the Mexican secret police organization, Jester finds danger of his…

My Main Character blog hop

I’m glad to be able to participate in #MyMainCharacter Blog Hop, my first ever.    1. What is the name of your character? Is he/she fictional or a historical person? Calvin Jester is a lieutenant in the United States Army. He is a fictional character.   2. When and where…

 
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