Right now, I am outlining the book as a series of individual stories, focused on people who were present at or led individual campaigns or battles across the world during the War of the American Revolution.
I intend on posting a proper living outline soon, but I have begun researching of the first stories I will detail: the U.S. naval attack on Nassau in The Bahamas in 1776. Led by Esek Hopkins, it is a small but important example of the war beyond the colonies.
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I literally just learned about Hopkins in relation to the first Whistleblower incident in the Americas! Obviously, this indicates that we should talk more.
I just learned about Hopkins in relation to the America’s first Whistleblower incident! Obviously, this means we should be talking more frequently.