In opening remarks at a gathering of writers and readers on October 20, 2019, author Vincent James Vezza outlines the agenda for an event titled When History Matters. The Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society, in Mount Pleasant, N.C. and Friends of the Library, sponsored the meeting.
The article posted this month was written by Vincent James Vezza. Titled, "Change Happens", the story describes a special meeting for very special children.
About - Vincent James Vezza
Vincent was an early contributor to Trail Tales and now manages the column. More about Vincent is available at his initial post in this blog.
Welcome back to the Hidden Treasures blog. The Hidden Treasure of Dutch Buffalo Creek set the stage for subsequent manuscript production. Writing the next novel consumes most of my energy. Unfortunately only a few hours are available for the blog at this time. Thanks to all the readers who cast a vote to help me prioritize the sequence of publication.
Last week all the buzz was about two football teams and a halftime show. Then political debates captured our attention. Citizens of ancient Rome might have relished the events.
The Hidden Treasure of Dutch Buffalo Creek connects some of the dots between the Roman Empire and the current state of western civilization. Up until this year, Roman visitors to the stadium would have recognized the numbering of the game. You can learn more about that at http://tinyurl.com/jp6otom . Romans would have cheered at the political blood sport. The dots begin to form a straight line in my debut novel. During an interview in December, I reveal the structure of the book.
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