My blog page is receiving between 150 and 200 visitors a month. Some of you are interested in my books that are in print. My most recent book entitled: Rise of the Roman Empire: The Will to Endure. This book was published under my long time relationship with Peter Lang Publishing of New York city. This past year I have severed my relationship with Peter Land and I am working on a new book related to Early Mediterranean History. This book, and all of my future books will now be published by the Thomas L. Dynneson Collection (TLDC) that is located in the archival collections of UT Permian Basin. If possible, would you be willing to write a positive book review that can be reported on the Amazon platform? The reason that I am asking for your help is that this book, in regard to sales, is languishing and needs readers help to create notoriety and a positive response. As an author, a good relationship with ones readers is an essential element that is needed to help promote future works in the same field of interest. Thus, I am asking for your help. All the profits from my intellectual properties are gifted to UT Permian Basin. Thank You, Thomas L. Dynneson.
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This daring and readable historical work is directed at setting the stage from which a previously unexplained rise of Roman sea power emerged. Accordingly, this author explores: early human migrations, the formation of the first cities and dynasties, the exploration of the early trade routes, the coupling of naval and land armies, the motivation that led to the desire for building larger war ships and greater war fleets, and the rise and fall of powerful individuals, including Pericles, King Philip II, and Alexander the Great.
In addition, this book may become the authors first self-published book on Amazon's kdp platform and will be available in both ebook form and in paperback. The estimated page length of this work is appoximately 450 pages. This book provides the reader with a 20,000 year span of events that helped to give shape and form to Mediterranean history and cultures including: Mesopotamia culture, early Egyptian culture, the Hitites, the Phoencians (Cathaginians) , the Persians, and the Greeks. This book is designed for the general reading public, students, and is designed to serve as an essential reference source.