News & Events

Here are some of the places I'll be visiting to talk about Countdown to Pearl Harbor. If any are near you, I'll hope you'll stop by and say hello. 

Nov. 20, 2019 

7 p.m.

New Jersey World War II Book Club

Millburn Library

200 Glen Avenue

Millburn, NJ 

Ongoing on Netflix

"Greatest Events of WWII in Colour" 

Episode 3: Pearl Harbor 

Coming up: 

"Newt's World" on Westwood One 

Podcast interview with Newt Gingrich

Special Thanks ...

It was a particular honor to speak at the 76th Pearl Harbor Commemoration Ceremony on Dec. 7. I'd especially like to thank the National Park Service, the U.S. Navy, Pacific Historic Parks and the many staff and volunteers who organize and host the many moving ceremonies. Spending time with Dec. 7 survivors and their families was a high point. If you have not yet visited the Pearl Harbor exhibits, I hope you'll be able to one day in the future. 

Had a great time at the always-insuring FDR Presidential Library & Home. Thanks to the organizers of the Roosevelt Reading Festival for including me. 

Glad to see book lovers at the Mid-Manhattan Library Author @The Library Series. A stimulating evening. 


Thanks to the terrific folks at Lee Enterprises, sponsors of the Tucson Festival Of Books, a great event on the campus of the University of Arizona. Great gathering of writers and books lovers. 

To everyone at the  Naval Heritage Center at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington, DC. It was an honor to speak with you on Dec. 7, 2016, the 75th anniversary of the attack. 


To R.J. Julia Booksellers in Madison, CT. Terrific audience in a great setting. 

To Watchung Booksellers in Montclair, NJ. Fantastic turnout in a swell setting... one of the many reasons we love Montclair!

To our friends at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Great to be signing books with so many other fine writers. 

To the ace professionals who run Politics & Prose in Washington and the many friends and colleagues who turned out for the book event. 

To the National Archives for hosting a richly interesting gathering. 

To the gracious folks at the Atlanta History Center for a wonderful discussion and a chance to meet lots of great people and a very smart young history buff.  

To the excellent people at Town Hall Seattle, a richly illuminating conversation and some penetrating questions. 

To the warm hosts at Browers Booksellers in Olympia, Washington. 

To the organizers of a reading at the Half King in New York, where the smart discussion and good food warmed a chilly winter night.