All the files and graphics have now been sent to the printer, and this is in the queue. I expect proof copies in the next few weeks, with printing to follow in December / January. We expect a nationwide launch late in Q1 or early Q2 ’09. I will have first edition, autographed books for sale personally before then.
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As many of you are aware, my passion for Civil War miniature wargaming was sparked by my childhood love for playing mock battles in the sandbox under my Dad’s apple trees. Marx, Lido, MPC, Lido, Britains, Swoppets, Tim Mee, and other plastic warriors staged many a fight. Over the years, I have also acquired an interest in Civil War dioramas (well frankly, any historical dioramas), and have previously posted on this blog some thoughts on some of my favorite public miniature displays, as well as one of the largest private dioramas.
One that I have not previously discussed here is a different kind of diorama. Instead of a sweeping battle vista filled with hundreds or thousands of miniature soldiers, this particular diorama is more of an architectural rendition, but because it pertains to one of the ACW fights here in York County, PA, I wanted to share it with the readership.