New Blog Theme

Since I really don’t have so much to say about wine…it’s all good, though some is better than others – I have decided to change the blog to “warfare”.  Why?  First, because I needed a theme that started with a “W” sound to go with Writing and Roaming.  Second, because it is an issue that interests me and that is a theme, writ-large, of my novels and short stories and poems (when I write them).  Indeed, one of my first poems I wrote was an Ode to the Normandy Invasion.  Warfare – or rather international security, diplomacy, national security, defense issues, military history, and foreign policy are all issues that interest me, end up in my creative writing, and are relevant to many on a daily basis.

I will be writing about tanks, planes, battles, non-fiction books, and current events.  But this does not mean an end to my travels, nor my creative writing.  And on occasion, including very soon, I will post writings that combine all three elements.

Goreme, Turkey

Göreme, Turkey in Cappadocia.  A simply amazing place

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About liamhdooley

Liam H. Dooley is an Irish-American author living in Europe. He has a passion for history and traveling. Most of his time is spent touring the world, visiting culturally museums, buildings, monuments, and grand squares in search of knowledge and inspiration. As a child and university student he played the cello while studying international relations, and when he is not researching and writing novels or planning trips he immerses himself in current events and international affairs. You may learn more about Liam H. Dooley at his official web site: www.liamhdooley.com
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