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Robert N. Macomber’s credentials are distinctive and diverse. He has earned the prestigious title of Distinguished Lecturer at NATO HQs [Belgium], U.S. Southern Command, and U.S. European Command [Germany]. For ten years, he was invited into the Distinguished Military Author Series, Center for Army Analysis [Ft. Belvoir].
As a prolific author, Mr. Macomber has been the recipient of the Patrick D. Smith Literary Award, the American Library Association’s W.Y. Boyd Literary Award, and a Silver Medal in Popular Fiction from the Florida Book Awards, to name a few.
Mr. Macomber captivates a variety of audiences with storyteller expertise on numerous historical and literary subjects. He is best known for his fourteen Honor Series novels. The newest, Honoring the Enemy released March 15, 2019, and is published by the U.S. Naval Institute Press. It is a story of war and love set in 1898 Cuba during the Spanish-American War.
This is the Honoring The Enemy book trailer link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4_18EIGGt4.
When Mr. Macomber is not writing, researching, or on one of his extensive journeys, he lives on Pine Island, on the same SW Florida coast where he grew up. For relaxation, he enjoys sailing among the more remote islands near his home and cooking the exotic cuisines from his novels.
For a unique perspective, check out “Three Song Stories: Biography Through Music”, an NPR podcast by WGCU, Episode 33 [https://wgcu.org/3ss-episode-33-robert-macomber].