We know him as Thomas Martin Sobottke. What Dr. Sobottke writes as scholarly articles or books in the academic discipline of history or in editorial comment is as Sobottke. For works in the creative arts such as historical fiction, and poetry he writes as Thomas Martin Saturday, an Anglicization of the name Sobottke.
In the Fields on a Lunar Night, from Moving Train Books LLC explores the precise meeting point of light and dark, good and evil, the essential bridge to justice we all hope to continue to walk on, and the absurdities of life. Most of all it is in this season of waiting In The Fields on a Lunar Night the Advent or coming of Emanuel.
All that remains is approval of the prototype copy the printing firm that handles Moving Train Books LLC is sending. Then a week or two to get it up on Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Powell Books of the Ingram Group in Print for Christmas, and as a Kindle Select e-book at $1.99. Look for the first week launch of the e-book at no cost-free to get things going.
So, we all wait patiently In the Fields on a Lunar Night, hoping for that miracle . . . the coming of Emanuel and much more modestly, a book of poetry from Thomas Martin Saturday.