Posted on February 11, 2015
I have a bandmate (Robert Johnson) who is also a historical fiction author. He is currently working on a trilogy of books based on the old Roman Empire and an actual fellow named Gnaeus Pompey Magnus… and being a bit of a history buff myself, I thought I would toss out an idea or two for Robert’s third, historically accurate book in the series.
I’m thinking maybe Magnus finally gets fed up with Roman politics, grabs a boatload of corn and heads for the Bahamas with Curiosity his pet cat… (the poor cat sadly comes to a tragic end… SPOILER ALERT!!) …and without Curiosity to guide the way, Magnus drifts aimlessly until he is HIJACKED by Blackbeard The Pirate!!! …but ESCAPES when Blackbeard’s ship pulls into Miami for the Dolphins game. Magnus stows away on a Greyhound Bus headed for Texas where he helps Davey Crocket defend the Alamo against the dreaded Nazi menace…
…and this is all historically accurate, of course (according to my Mountain Grove, Missouri public school education) and free for you to use in your next book, Robert… no charge.
Category: Animals, Historical Themes, MiscellaneousTags: Alamo, Bahamas, Blackbeard, Davey Crocket, Gnaeus Pompey Magnus, historical fiction author, historically accurate, Nazis, Robert Allen Johnson, Roman Empire
Maybe he’s heard of Spartaweaslecus?
…I believe if there is a fourth book in this trilogy we will find SpartaWeaselcus making an appearance there.
You inspire me. I wish I had more time to just practice.
Reblogged this on Robert Allen Johnson and commented:
My friend artist Dennis Jones’ take on how the MAGNUS trilogy should actually conclude.