Coming Soon

FINDING GEORGE WASHINGTON
A Time Travel Tale
by BILL ZARCHY

My first novel!

PUBLICATION DATE: November 23, 2020 (paperback and Ebook)

Check back here for updates and buying info.

Read the new Finding George Washington blog:
Washington’s Headquarters
Valley Forge Huts
Slavery and the Washingtons
Aurora
Plantation
Why Washington?

Cover design by M. Félix

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3 thoughts on “Coming Soon”

  1. I’m reading the book now and enjoying it. However, I found a small mistake. I just finished reading chapter 31 titled “Paranoia.” You referenced the movie Carrie and the actress who played Carrie. You mentioned it was Cissy Spacek. Her name is Sissy Spacek. I think you need to talk to your editor.

    1. Thanks so much for spotting that. Another reader beat you to it and pointed out the same misspelling! And yes, I’ve already talked to my editor about it. If we ever do a second edition, that’s one thing we’ll definitely change.

    2. I should also note that I’m not very active on this blog lately. These days, though, I am actively blogging on the site for Finding George Washington: https://findinggeorgewashington.com/blog/
      You might want to check that out.
      Also, when you finish reading, would you please consider posting a review of the book on its Amazon page? If you have an Amazon account, you can usually post reviews there, even if you bought the book elsewhere. Thanks for your consideration. Here are some generic instructions: https://findinggeorgewashington.com/write-a-review/

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