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World War I

On the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, Consider the American Holocaust. Did the Nazis Borrow a Page from US History?

Each year, when the anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy invasion draws near, I am petitioned with questions pursuant to the writing of the WWII novel, How Angels Die.  For the most part, I am able to rely on the extensive research conducted for the novel seasoned with the personal …

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Get Forever Beneath the Celtic Sea for FREE on Amazon til Sat., the 16th!

“FIRE ONE!”  “Fire one!”  “Fire one…” “ONE AWAY!”  “One away!”  “One away…” As these words rise, fall, and echo from captain to crew and back again through the damp metal confines of a German submarine patrolling beneath the choppy Celtic Sea, RMS Lusitania was steaming for England above.    The U-20 …

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The Cats of Savone is Out!

Writing 101: Writing the Next Great American Novel is a marathon. Short Stories are the roadwork, preparation, and conditioning. David-Michael Harding’s The Cats of Savone is a literary collection of shorts and novellas compliled from the author’s collegiate instruction as he teaches on the Art & Science of Writing. TAMPA, Fla. …

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Check Out My Recent Visit to Eastern State Penitentiary!

I recently visited Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA, the site of the photograph which graces the cover of my new release, The Cats of Savone.  The administration and staff were a delight. I took an extensive self-guided tour of the expansive facility and saw the well visited cell of the infamous …