A Book Review: The President’s Wife

Tracy Enerson Wood takes us back to 1915 in her novel, the President’s Wife. The book tells the story of Edith Galt’s marriage to President Woodrow Wilson. The wedding takes place during his first term in office. It was a bit of a scandal for the President to remarry so soon after the death of… Continue reading A Book Review: The President’s Wife

Switchboard Soldiers: Book Review

There are many novels about WWI and WWII, because there are many points of view, many stories to tell. Recently I found Switchboard Soldiers by Jennifer Chiaverini at the library. During WWI young women went to France to operate the switchboards for the Allied Army. These young women had experience as switchboard operators in the… Continue reading Switchboard Soldiers: Book Review