Last year, Trafford Publishing (based in Bloomington, Indiana) published my history book Four Days in September: The Battle of Teutoburg. I am happy to say that my book sales have been steadily rising. In fact, they’ve doubled since the book came out in May 2013! Apparently, my book has become rather popular among the historical crowd. So far, I have not recieved a single bad review on it, a trend which I hope continues. Two people on the British version of Amazon.com said some very nice things about me and the book. Another British writer and historian, whose name I will not mention for reasons of privacy, sent me an e-mail saying that he enjoyed the book very much, and that he especially liked my descriptions and analysis of ancient Germanic tribal politics and customs. I’m also happy to see that my work has been cited and discussed on a couple of popular websites, such as blogs and history forums.
This is what the cover of the book looks like. It’s available in hardcover, softcover, and e-book formats, and is available from all major book retailers, such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble.