Goswitz Events


Goswitz Calendar of Literary Events


July 21, 2018, Black Opal Books publishes The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune.


August 30, 2018, 7:00 pm, Book Launch at Books and Company, Oconomowoc, WI.


November 2-3, 2018, Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books, University of Wisconsin, Waukesha Wi., Panel Discussion featuring The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune.


The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune Events and Highlights!


Calendar of Literary Events

November 3, 2018, 4 pm, Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, Northview Building, N125.Vietnam, An American Story. Local author Jim Landwehr interviews Robert Goswitz about his new novel, The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune.

March 13th, 2019, 8:00 am, Young Authors Conference, Carrol University, Waukesha Wi. Author Robert Goswitz joins a panel of authors to teach and discuss writing with Waukesha Public Schools middle-level students.

March 27th, 2019, 7 pm, Warrior’s Book Club, The Veteran’s Museum, Madison Wi. Author Robert Goswitz presents a book talk and signing for The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune. 

Books and CompanyThank you to Lisa and Books and Company staff for being such gracious hosts for my Book Launch.

It was my great good fortune to have so many friends from all the corners of my life show up for the event.

As Don, the Book Seller said, “They kept on coming in all night.” Books and Company sold out all its copies of Dragon Soldier. More than forty people were in the audience. When I was on my way out after the event people were still showing up to order Dragon Soldier.

So it warms my little heart to feel so much support from my Community. Thank you to all who attended!

Hello Book Clubs!
Yes, I will show up to discuss The Dragon Soldier’s Good Fortune. If you select my story for your group read, I will drive out to answer your questions. Message me on Facebook or email me atrgoswitz@mac.com to set up my visit.
Reader Reaction
“This is the real Vietnam. Robert Goswitz does an excellent job of detailing the experience. His story is a spiritual journey that only one who has been there can understand. I would put his work up there with We Were Soldiers and Matterhorn.”

–A Rifle Platoon Leader who served with 1/12 First Air Cavalry in 1968

The Power of Amazon Reviews

A short review of two or three heartfelt sentences makes my novel visible to a wider audience. You, the reader, have the power to lift Dragon Soldier out of obscurity. Please go to my Amazon author page and post a review when you have finished reading.


As Luck Would Have It

How about a story? This month’s blog focuses on my visit to THE WALL in Washington DC over Labor Day weekend. I was overwhelmed by the gravity of this powerful memorial.

Here is my blog link: http://rgoswitz.edublogs.org/