New Book Helps Preserve Local History

Guerrilla Marketers’ Cafe new Featured Author, releases new book to help preserve local history. Here is the Press Release. Visit the site to read the interview and to sign up for a chance to win an autographed copy of his book.

*Source: Guerrilla Marketers’ Cafe



Wilmington, NC January 3, 2007 – Serving our country wasn’t enough for a retired U.S. Marine, preserving history for the next generations was next on his agenda. Who said research is pointless? There is a wealth of material one can research and transform into a book of great interest and contribution to the local history preservation and that is what Jack Robinson has done. His book, “Captain Otway Burns And His Ship Snap Dragon.” The book covers his entire life of seventy-five years and not only his tour of military duty as an American Privateer (not pirate) during the War of 1812, fighting against British Tall Ship Naval forces.

Guerrilla Marketers’ Café new Featured Author, Gysgt. Jack Robinson USMC, Retired is actively promoting his book in North Carolina. “I was amazed at how this book came about to begin with, and by the well documented history of Captain Otway.” said Clary Lopez, founder of Guerrilla Marketers’ Café who offers free book promotions for authors. “I’m not surprised that this book is getting such a good reception by the community who is looking to embrace those who know how to preserve local history for the generations to come.”

To read Jack Robinson’s interview please visit Guerrilla Marketers’ Café and register to win an autographed copy of his book, “Captain Otway Burns And His Ship Snap Dragon.” The lucky winner will be selected on February 28, 2007.

About the Author:
Jack Robinson writes from North Carolina. He has twenty years in the US Marine Corps; BA degree in History, two years of graduate study credentials in Public History (Museum design and operations) and a Masters’ degree in Liberal studies. All of these levels of education were done at University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He enjoys meeting with the elders of his community to learn from the past he looks forward to preserve and is busy filling up his agenda with lectures on 2007.

Media Contact: Jack Robinson
Phone: 1-910-382-6435 (leave message)

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