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Charlotte Harbor Book Festival: Keynote Presentation
February 25 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
The Charlotte Harbor Book Festival presents “Getting Into Character: An Author’s Research Adventures Around the World” with Robert Macomber. Join multi-award winning author and acclaimed speaker Robert Macomber for his sometimes hilarious and sometimes perilous tales about his research treks worldwide to write seventeen novels in his renowned Honor Series. Registration is suggested but not required to attend. The keynote presentation is held at the Gulf Coast Theater inside the Military Heritage Museum.
Robert N. Macomber is a multi-award winning author, internationally acclaimed lecturer, and former Department of Defense consultant. He was named the Writer of the Year by the Florida Writers Association in 2020. Macomber is best known for his Honor Series, popular maritime thrillers that chronicle the life and career of U.S. naval officer Peter Wake from the American Civil War through the 1900s.
Learn more at robertmacomber.com Visit the Charlotte Harbor Book Festival webpage for a list of complete events.. This festival is funded in part through a Florida Humanities Book Festival Grant in partnership with the Military Heritage Museum.
February 25 @ 9:00 am -
February 25 @ 10:30 am