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William P. Robertson: Links

Amazon Online Store

Bill's early and recent books are available here.

Infinity Publishing

Bill's horror story collections, his poetry book GHOSTS OF A BROKEN HEART, and three of his Bucktail novels are available from Infinity Publishing.

The Game Crafter

Our new board game, A BUCKTAIL CIVIL WAR GAME: ESCAPE FROM THE PENINSULA, is available for sale here. Copies are $29.99 plus postage.

CD Baby

Order Bill's UNTIL DEATH DO IMPART  and BUCKTAIL TALES CDs here.

Pinterest

Lists William P. Robertson Bucktail Novels, Horror Story Collections & Writing Influences.

You Tube

This book trailer for the Alleghenies novels by William P. Robertson and David Rimer was designed by Comcast Spotlight.  It first aired during Pittsburgh Pirate games on Root Sports and is now available on You Tube.

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This book trailer for THE BUCKTAIL BROTHERS Series by William P. Robertson and David Rimer was designed by Comcast Spotlight. It first appeared during Pittsburgh Pirate games on Comcast cable and is now available on You Tube.

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Kevin Coolidge discusses the history of the Bucktail Regiment and the Bucktail novel series written by William P. Robertson and David Rimer in "The Battling Bucktails: Sharpshooters of the American Civil War" video.
fReado

Want to read the first 8 chapters of THE BUCKTAIL BROTHERS: BRAVE MEN'S BLOOD for free?  Follow this link.

Dane Wulfdin Novel Series

Learn more about This Enchanted Land, the first novel in the Dane Wulfdin series.  The fast-paced action book was written by William P. Robertson of the United States and Fiona Ingram of South Africa.  Illustrations and the cover design were created by David Cox of Bradford, Pennsylvania.  Read excerpts, view pics, and order merchandise from this highly entertaining, interactive site.  Key words that characterize This Enchanted Land include Vikings, Sword & Sorcery, Dark Fantasy, Witches, Dragons, and Adventure.

William P. Robertson's Horror Haven

William P. Robertson's horror writing has found a new home here.

YouTube

This video features an excerpt from The Bucktail Brothers of the Fighting 149th recited by William P. Robertson and deals with the first day's battle at Gettysburg.

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This video deals with the role of the 149th Bucktails in the Battle of the Wilderness.  It features a spoken word excerpt by William P. Robertson from The Bucktail Brothers of the Fighting 149th.

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This video describes the horrors faced by wounded men on a Civil War battlefield.  The spoken word excerpt comes from The Bucktails' Antietam Trials.

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This video explains where William P. Robertson and David Rimer got the title for their first Bucktail novel, Hayfoot, Strawfoot: The Bucktail Recruits.

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This video features a spoken word excerpt by William P. Robertson from The Bucktails at the Devil's Den. The scene details a skirmish fought by the 42nd PA Volunteers on Day Two at Gettysburg.

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This video features an excerpt from The Bucktails: Perils on the Peninsula by William P. Robertson and David Rimer and deals with the suffering soldiers endured while on a forced march to battle.

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This video features an excerpt from The Bucktails' Shenandoah March and discusses the games favored by Civil War soldiers.

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This video comes from The Bucktail Brothers of the Fighting 149th and gives the soldiers' reaction to a bogus attack made by the regiment.

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This video features an excerpt from The Bucktails: Perils on the Peninsula and includes sensory details to describe the battle action of Second Bull Run.

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Elmira Prison Camp was every bit as bad as Andersonville.  In this case, though, the villains were Yankees.  Hellmira also housed Union draftees who were waiting to be sent to the front.  Often, these men were more dangerous than the Rebel prisoners.  Learn why in this video.

Book Tour Radio

Robertson is interviewed by Book Tour Radio host, Julie Joyce, about his writing career and latest horror story collection, SEASON OF DOOM.

Cold Coffee Cafe

Robertson's page here includes a list of his books and an in-depth author interview.

My Space
View Bill's new My Space page that features photos of his early poetry book covers not available elsewhere on the web.
fReado
Read the first 38 pages of my new novel, ATTACK IN THE ALLEGHENIES, for free on this site.
Author Fiona Ingram's Website
This site was designed to promote Fiona Ingram's new fantasy adventure novel for children--SECRET OF THE SACRED SCARAB. The book contains much useful information about the landscape and mythology of Egypt written in an easily digested format. An excellent read!
AuthorNation.com
This site is a gathering place for authors, writers, poets, and their readers. Sponsored by Infinity Publishing, membership is free to anyone with a valid e-mail address.
White Mane Publishing
Four of Bill's Bucktail novels are available here.
Olde SchoolHouse Shoppes

A great place to shop for antiques and crafts in Eldred, Pennsylvania.  It is located in the old Eldred Township Elementary School building.  All of Robertson and Rimer's Bucktail novels are for sale there.

Main Street Mercantile
Store featuring local art, books, and crafts from Bradford, PA
From My Shelf Books
Visit From My Self Books at 87 1/2 Main Street in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania to purchase the Bucktail novel series and the new French & Indian War book, AMBUSH IN THE ALLEGHENIES, written by William P. Robertson & David Rimer. For a sample of From My Shelf's huge inventory of the best books available anywhere, take a tour of their website.
Pennsylvania Bucktails
Official Bucktail website run by Captain Rich Adams.
Independent Militia Company
Information is presented about the Revolutionary War reenacting company captained by Ric Barker. Most events attended are held at Old Fort Niagara.
Civil War Resources

This is a great site for students wishing to learn more about the Civil Wa.

Target Sports U.S.A.

A good reference for Civil War guns.

About Great Books

Author, Dennis Miller, has compiled a list of 30 Great Books About Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee that historians and reenactors alike will find helpful.