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8/13/2018

KVCR REDLANDS PODCAST

INTERVIEW WITH CHARLES E. FRYE ON WRITING HIS BOOK "THE WAR HAS BEGUN" BY EMMANUEL ROGERS ON KVCR Redlands.
Please listen to the first part of the interview on the KVCR podcast:

http://www.kvcrnews.org/post/8818-duke-earl-gene-chandler-author-charles-e-frye

 

8/13/2018 EVENT

CHARLES E. FRYE GIVES PUBLIC LECTURE AT THE REDLANDS, CA PUBLIC LIBRARY ON HIS BOOK "THE WAR HAS BEGUN"

Local Author Presentation
"The War Has Begun" by Charles E. Frye
Where: A.K. Smiley Public Library, Assembly Room
125 W. Vine Street
Redlands, CA 92373
When: Monday, August 13, 2018, at 6 pm
Free and open to the public
For more information contact: (909) 798-7565 

https://www.facebook.com/events/1830153433709554/

 

08/09/2018

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS:

Hear Redlands author Charles E. Frye discuss his Revolutionay War book 'The War Has Begun'

https://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/2018/08/09/hear-redlands-author-discuss-his-revolutionay-war-book-the-war-has-begun/

 

09/30/2017

CULTSCOOP MAGAZINE:

Interview with author Charles E. Frye about researching and writing his Revolutionary War Trilogy

http://www.cultmachine.com/cultnik/cult/Charles_E_Frye/Charles_E_Frye.html

 
06/07/2017

NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER:

Book features Wilton during the Revolution

Written by Veterans — a California-based writing program for veterans — is proud to announce that U.S. Army veteran Charles E. Frye has released his debut novel, "The War has Begun," which follows the story of a Wilton, N.H., farmer.

Written as biographical historical fiction, the story is based on truth and takes place during the American Revolution. (...)

http://www.unionleader.com/article/20170608/NEWS18/170609431/-1/mobile

 

5/27/2017

REDLANDS DAILY FACTS:

"This Redland's Man's Relative Fought in the Revolutionary War. Now He's Telling His Story." Please read the article in PDF format:


Article in PDF


05/01/2015

JOURNAL OF MILITARY ADVANCED EDUCATION:

Written by Veterans Program recognized in the April 2015 issue, "The On-Campus Support Issue" Article "Art Therapy." Please read a PDF version of the article:
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