Category Archives: Military History

The Casus Bellum and the Art of Corporate War

Casus Belli: Latin expression meaning “An act or event that provokes or is used to justify war.” When I was outlining the story arc for the TCOTU series, I knew that Heskan and crew would be leaving the Republic. The … Continue reading

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Privateers – What’s in a Name?

A number of the privateer outfits used by the corporate systems to augment their forces in Last Measure of Devotion have historical significance. Iron Brigade of the West (In Book 5, just “The Iron Brigade”) Also known as the Black … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2015 Charity Drive by Military Veteran Authors

During Memorial Day week, from the 22nd to 29th of May, more than 70 veteran authors are pledging 100% of their print, ebook and audio book royalties to their favorite charity supporting veterans, or are making a large flat-rate donation.  I’m … Continue reading

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