William Dietrich

About me

William Dietrich is the author of 17 books, including the Ethan Gage series of Napoleonic adventures and books set in World War II and the Roman Empire. His work has sold into 28 languages. As a journalist he shared a Pulitzer for covering the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and has worked as a university professor.

From my website

Gays, Flags, Race, and Rights

History moves in mysterious ways. This none-too-original thought occurred after a supposedly conservative-dominated Supreme Court upheld Obamacare and gay marriage, much to my satisfaction. As a Baby Boomer trying to name our place in history after following the Greatest Generation of the Depression and World War II, I’m struck less…

Napoleon’s Rules

First I was intrigued in Napoleon the conquering icon. Then I grew fascinated with Napoleon the flawed human being. The result is a new nonfiction book, “Napoleon’s Rules: Life and Career Lessons from Bonaparte.” The book grew out of my research for my Ethan Gage adventure novels. Ethan is an…

The Jungle of Good and Evil

My wife and I dipped our toe into the beauty and mystery of southeast Asia recently, and encountered such a mix of modern and ancient, of the serene and the horrific, that the region floats in the mind like the rafts of hyacinth floating down the Mekong River. I was…

 
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