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More than Black or White: William Caudle Overcomes Racism through His Book

Color does not define a man.


Author William Caudle releases “Sugar Creek,” a period action drama that reflects the losses and triumphs of the American Civil War from the perspective of two good friends—one white and another black.

The War Between the States, otherwise known as the American Civil War, lasted for four years, from 1861 to 1865. It tore lives and livelihoods apart and almost destroyed a nation. But amidst this dark and turbulent time in American history, two friends proved there is more to the world than black and white.

Jemison Thorsby is a lawyer-turned-army captain who escapes death with the help of Levy, a former slave and now a Confederate. Together, they face the war as two friends loyal to each other, proving that there is more to the world than black and white and that courage and heroism come in different forms and from different beginnings.

In “Sugar Creek,” author William Caudle illustrates the many faces and colors of courage, bravery, and brotherhood. Although a work of fiction, “Sugar Creek” is based on accurate historical accounts.

Together with the book’s release, author William B. Caudle also launches his website where he blogs about “Sugar Creek” and the War Between the States. You may visit his website at
“Sugar Creek”
Written by William B. Caudle
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: February 2020
Paperback: $14.99

About the Author

William B. Caudle was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The author is the recipient of four separate college degrees: an Associate of Arts from Broward Junior College, a Bachelor of Arts from Florida Atlantic University, a Master of Arts in History from Florida State University, and a Juris Doctor degree in Law from the University of Florida.

The author is a retired veteran of the United States Air Force, a retired attorney, and a retired Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator.

When he is not writing, the author enjoys reading and believes that reading the thoughts of others is a beneficial part of writing. He is the author of six other previously published books.

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 William B. Caudle
 Sugar Creek
 War Between The States
 War Stories
 Period Action/drama

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