Sending Out a Finished Manuscript, by Beverley Bittner

From the Help Desk of Beverley Bittner. PJ has been working a long time on a mystery novel. She is finishing it and wants to know if she should send the whole thing to a publisher. First, congratulations on actually finishing your story, PJ. That’s the first big step of writing. Marketing is the secondContinue reading Sending Out a Finished Manuscript, by Beverley Bittner

Area History, Chapter 8, by Beverley Bittner

Spartansburg: An Historic Village. By Beverley Bittner, From Steppin’ Out, August 1971. About thirty miles west of Warren and ten miles south of Corry, in Crawford County, lies the historic village of Spartansburg. About 1837 Andrew Aiken and his brother Aron built a dam across the creek for power, then built a grist mill onContinue reading Area History, Chapter 8, by Beverley Bittner

Area History, Chapter 7, by Beverley Bittner

Corry’s First Mayor. By Beverley Bittner, From the autumn, 1979 issue of Reminiscence. Many men and women walked across the pages of our history in the early days, leaving footprints for historians to ponder over for all time. Familiar names include: Michael Hare, Call and Rihue. Nothing is known of Call and Rihue, while HareContinue reading Area History, Chapter 7, by Beverley Bittner

Area History, Chapter 5, by Beverley Bittner

Union Township: How the Pioneers Lived. By Beverley Bittner, From the spring, 1978 issue of Reminisence. By the 1790s the great western migration that followed the Revolutionary War had begun in earnest. The Indians had been pacified. The deep forests, game, clear rushing streams and rivers and the opportunity to live free, away from theContinue reading Area History, Chapter 5, by Beverley Bittner