The USA was founded. Napoleon proclaimed himself Emperor. Jane Austin's works were published anonymously. Thomas Paine publishes his treatise "The Rights of Man." These are but a few historic events that happened in the Goethe years. It is our honor to recognize these awarding-winning historical fiction authors whose works educate and inform us about the post-1750s past.
The story behind any war is a difficult one to tell. "A Cherry Blossom" in Winter by Ron Singerton takes us into not just one, but two, cultures at the turn of the last century in an attempt to show us both sides of a decisive naval conflict that would shape both countries and people for years to come.
Packed with vibrant historical and tactical detail, the author illuminates the fascinating private and public worlds of the Roman legionnaire. A highly engaging read about one of the most detrimental defeats in Roman military history.