Monthly Archives: May 2011

What are you working on?

What is your current or next project?  Here’s mine.  A few months back, I completed my Cowpens project.  (See LW174.)  I’m seriously looking at Guilford Courthouse as my next big game.  Guilford Courthouse saw 2000 British, Hessian, and Loyalist troops … Continue reading

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What’s new — How to write for the magazine

We’ve added a new page to the Lone Warrior Blog. This one is titled “Write an LW article.” If you click on that button at the top of any page, it will take you to an explanation by Editor Rich … Continue reading

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One more look at Prairie Grove

Over the last two issues of Lone Warrior, I wrote two articles on the Battle of Prairie Grove (American Civil War) in 1862. The first article included a review of a recent book about the battle, “Fields of Blood” by … Continue reading

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What’s new — avatars

The Lone Warrior Blog is now able to host personal avatars to go with any of your comments to the blog. I’ve set up an avatar to go with my comments. You can see it in the comments to Editor … Continue reading

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What’s new — Tables of Contents

Editor Rich has compiled Tables of Contents for Lone Warrior magazine going back to 2007. They are now posted on the Sample Articles page. The Tables are a handy index of past articles, hopefully making it easier to find that … Continue reading

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Hello, world! And a question

     As editor of Lone Warrior, I am honored to kick off this blog with a question.  “What content do solo wargamers want from a publication dedicated to their needs and desires?”  The answers to that question are probably equal … Continue reading

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