Military fiction mainly deals with military operations, adventures, memoirs etc. by country's military wing - army, air force or navy. It has few sub-genres like military thriller, military historical fiction, military science fiction etc. Military fiction may have an angle of civilian intelligence agencies but the majority of plot revolves around military operations or situations. Earlier a sub-genre of the espionage fiction/thriller genre, military fiction is becoming an independent genre of its own. Some famous authors include Tom Clancy, Harry Patterson (pseudonym Jack Higgins), Alistair M ...more
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Steven PressfieldMore Author Interviews…
There's a crisis for writers these days. No more book reviews. Newspapers have cut back drastically. How can a writer get the word out that his book even exists? I decided to do a video and get it up on YouTube, link it to WWII sites, etc. I went a little crazy.
“ We're like America's little pit bull. They beat it, starve it, mistreat it, and once in a while they let it out to attack somebody. ”
“ The most dangerous people in the world are not the tiny minority instigating evil acts, but those who do the acts for them. For example, when the British invaded India, many Indians accepted to work for the British to kill off Indians who resisted their occupation. So in other words, many Indians were hired to kill other Indians on behalf of the enemy for a paycheck. Today, we have mercenaries in Africa, corporate armies from the western world, and unemployed men throughout the Middle East killi ...more ”
[close] Factual and fictional books covering the gamut of military activity from Alexander to "Stormin' Norman" Schwarzkopf, from Sharpe to Patrick O'Brian.
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[close] A group for readers who enjoy patriotic, military, martial arts, action-packed, exciting thrillers. There are so many great authors out there to read. Share your thoughts, opinions, and recommendations. Have some fun and be nice.
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