As a tenured professor at Rhodes College, Carolyn Poling Schriber specialized in medieval history and published extensively on relationships between Anglo-Norman bishops and kings in the twelfth century. After attaining Professor Emerita status, she retired from teaching and focused her attention on her second love, the history of America's Civil War..
Her Civil War books, including A Scratch with the Rebels and Beyond All Price, are set in South Carolina during the northern occupation of the Low Country. In 2012, Carolyn released four more books. including The Road to Frogmore; Left by the Side of the Road (Short Stories); The Dilemma of Arnulf of Lisieux,the biography of a 12th-century bishop; and The Second Mouse Gets the Cheese, a how-to book on surviving the "thickets of self-publishing.” Along the way, she managed to accrue awards for her writing from the Military Writers Society of America (2011 and 2012) and was listed frequently among the top 100 Amazon Bestsellers in Historical Fiction.
There were more booksto come. Her 2013-2014 publications include a second edition of her volume of short stories and a romantic historical novel about a mixed couple (one ‘North’, one ‘South’) as they face the challenges of the Civil War.
Carolyn and her husband Floyd live near Memphis, Tennessee. You can connect with her on her website, her blog, and on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Carolyn’s books are available in books storesand at all major online retailers, including