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Larry French formerly served as the Executive Director of the West Volusia Historical Society (WVHS). He now asists his wife in here touring business Great Tasting Tours. Larry is also a novelist, speaker, and editorial writer. When not at his desk, you can find this Florida Master Naturalist somewhere outdoors enjoying Florida’s unique natural habitats, and wildlife, or actively keeping history alive through an historical reenactment. His writing has appeared in the editorial columns of Central Florida's Orlando Sentinel, Volusia Sentinel, Daytona Beach News-Journal, and Deltona-Deland Beacon.
Time Will Tell: The Awakening blends his love of history and science set at the ending of the American Civil War and early Florida.

View a video of Larry depicting local history from the Film and Video Galleries of River of Lakes Heritage Corridor website featuring Larry French - Re-enactor,
http://riveroflakesheritagecorridor.org/things-to-do/photo-video-galleries/

Read the article written about local history for the River of Lakes Heritage Corridor,
http://riveroflakesheritagecorridor.org/ask-a-local/lost-in-war-and-time/

Award-winning online reporter Lucy Tobias interviewed Larry in her article, Living History Reenactors are Time Travelers. You can read the interview at http://www.lucytobias.com/2012/10/30/living-history-reenactors-are-time-travelers/

You can also see Larry and members the 2nd Florida Volunteers Company E, The Hammock Guards, Fifth Company, Florida Battalion, CSA  in  several events on the Images page at, http://www.2ndflorida.com/Home.html

New Bookmark for the novel, Time Will Tell: The Awakening  is available on  The Book Page!

See The Activities and Appearances Page for more news and events concerning Larry and Time Will Tell.

Contact me at scrivenerlf@cfl.rr.com or 386-801-3711

Copyright 2012 by Larry French Historical Novelist
John Steward and Charlie Cleary's reenacting unit has somehow stepped back in time. Tragically, they find out the enemy is firing real bullets. The group must find a way back home, but in the process they meet Sarah Clarke, a lovely 19th century woman. Together, they will discover how each of their lives, both past and present, have taken a new direction. The trials they face will stretch the bonds of their friendship and love. In the process, what effect will this have on the future? How they fare in the unknown journey ahead and meet its new dangers is a story that only Time Will Tell.
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