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If you don’t do anything naughty no one will be talking about you 200 years from now either! A surprising take on the history and history makers you only thought you knew! An intimate ongoing conversation between historical novelist DD Jordan and her friend Edward Velasquez, casually reveals the hidden secrets of the past while giving you a glimpse of the process of writing and researching a novel. No lectures here folks, this is some truly interesting and often steamy gossip! You’ll be wondering why you didn’t know it already and it’s all sure to make you sound smarter when you repeat it over dinner later ... all while you're showing your friends the cool skull and bones Sons of Liberty watch you got off our website Audiophiliacs.com. We make history cool!
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NA007 The Shot Heard 'Round the World, but First in Philly
James was no different than anyone else in Philadelphia when the news of the terrible tragedy arrived in town. People had been gunned down in cold blood. Not only had they been shot, but they’d been fired upon by the very soldiers King George said he’d sent to protect them all from harm; the same men they’d gotten to know themselves out in the Northern Liberties of Philadelphia - not monsters, but pretty nice fellows. So what made them do it? In Philadelphia the news brought the city to a halt, as everyone gathered in the streets to seek reliable information. Farmers, it seemed, had tried to protect a warehouse filled with the property of the local militia when the kings troops had come along to confiscate their weapons and gunpowder, which was shocking enough, but to learn that blood had been spilled and that good innocent men had died! It was almost impossible to comprehend! Whispers seemed to fill the air, because whatever was coming next wasn’t going to be good. In the midst of the troubled days that follow, Ben finally comes home to America, but what he does when he arrives will surprise you! Visit: www.Audiophiliacs.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org @Audiophiliacs on Twitter