60th anniversary edition

Mickey float of the new Paint the Night Parade

Sometimes writers write about a world that does not yet exist. We do it for a hundred reasons. (Because it’s good to look forward, not back. Because we need to illuminate a path we hope or we fear humanity will take. Because the world of the future seems more enticing or more interesting than the world today. Because we need to warn you. To encourage. To examine. To imagine.) The reasons for writing about the day after tomorrow, and all the tomorrows that follow it, are as many and as varied as the people writing.
—  Neil Gaiman, Introduction to Fahrenheit 451, 60th Anniversary Edition

In 1947, Master Sergeant James B. Barnes’s surviving field journals were posthumously published as the classic war memoir The Night War. Now a high school history classroom mainstay and required reading at West Point, this highly anticipated 60th Anniversary Edition presents the original, unedited text alongside detailed historical notes that provide important context to the extraordinary wartime heroics of Captain America and the Howling Commandos.

Barnes, James B. The Night War: The Wartime Memoirs of a Howling Commando. Ed. Harold Miller. 60th Anniversary ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2005. Print.

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The special 60th Anniversary gift edition of “The Hundred and One Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith and fully illustrated by me is out now to buy!

Here are some of the 50+ illustrations I created for the book. It’s one of my all time favourite stories, and to be given the chance to illustrate it was a dream come true.

And what better day for it to launch than on #NationalDogDay?!

The Night War: New Chapter!

Title: The Night War (60th Anniversary Edition)

Rating: T (some M for violence/language)

Pairing: Extremely slow burn/pre-slash Stucky

Length: 14/24 chapters; currently 67,000 words.

Summary: In 1947, Master Sergeant James B. Barnes’s surviving field journals were posthumously published as the classic war memoir The Night War. Now a high school history classroom mainstay and required reading at West Point, this highly anticipated 60th Anniversary Edition presents the original, unedited text alongside detailed historical notes that provide important context to the extraordinary wartime heroics of Captain America and the Howling Commandos.

Links: Chapter 1 | Most Recent Chapter