t. elizabeth renich

author of historical fiction

Because We Could — A Quick Drive Down to Manassas Battlefield

| July 21, 2011

Today was one of those days when I rejoiced over living in Virginia.  I do love it here, and am thankful to be where there is so much history, not to mention the beauty of this area.  After finding out we were getting off work early, I called Ginger to see if she was available […]

Sign(ing)s of Summer

| July 18, 2011

June turned out to be a busy month with three book signings scheduled.  On June 11th I was invited to bring books to the Glenfiddich House, formerly known as Harrison Hall, in Leesburg, for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of their new Civil War Trails historical marker.  On June 25th, I was at Second Chapter Books in […]

Changing My Name

| July 17, 2011

I’m thinking about changing my name to grace – because I certainly need some!  After tumbling down a flight of 16 stairs while visiting my Momma in Minnesota in early-June, all the bruises and aches had pretty much faded away.  Until yesterday, when I took a spill while riding.  I’m still unsure as to what […]