The historical fiction novel “The Road to Uelzen” by Paul Demetter will be Showcased at the 2023 Frankfurt Book Fair

The Road to Uelzen explores the human standpoint of war through the lives of its characters in this historical fiction masterpiece.

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ReadersMagnet will showcase The Road to Uelzen by Paul Demetter at the 2023 Frankfurt Book Fair this coming October 18-22, 2023.

ReadersMagnet, a leading self-publishing and marketing firm, is thrilled to exhibit The Road to Uelzen, a historical fiction novel by Paul Demetter, at the 2023 Frankfurt Book Fair. The book trade fair will occur on October 18-22, 2023, at the Frankfurt Trade Fair grounds, Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, 60327 Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

The 75th anniversary of the Frankfurt Book Fair, also known as Frankfurter Buchmesse, in 2023 will be a momentous occasion for book lovers and skilled writers. Over the past 70 years, the worlds biggest trade fair for books and magazines has hosted approximately 7,500 vendors from more than 100 countries, attracting more than 286,000 attendees.

The Road to Uelzen is the first volume of Paul Demetters three-volume series (The Road to Uelzen, The Long Road Home, and Lest We Forget Remembrance of What Once Was). The book will chart the Eschmann family from World War I to the middle of World War II, illustrating their journey as they travel to Uelzen, Germany. The story demonstrates the impact of war on both the victors and the vanquished and the tragedies and repercussions that occur. The book explores the human standpoint of war through the lives of its characters in this historical fiction masterpiece.

The Road to Uelzen will take the reader through a historical perspective of a fictional family opposed to war, yet thrust into it with their surprising awareness that not everyone is the enemy. Readers will be delighted to delve into the tumultuous world events of the 20th century as two people fall in love only to be separated by war.

Paul Demetters historical fiction book is an excellent addition to the reading list of those who adore history and literature. It is a thought-provoking and heartwarming book. Grab a copy of The Road to Uelzen on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Outskirts Press, and Walmart.

Historical Jingchu hosts online matchmaking meeting with RCEP buyers

Wuhan, China, Oct 9, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – As an important session of Historical Jingchu RCEP Machinery & Intelligent Manufacturing Cloud Exhibition, nearly 200 one-on-one online matchmaking meetings focusing on the prospects of Hubei-RCEP cooperation in Machinery & Intelligent Manufacturing were successfully held on Aug. and Sep. There are more than 40 Hubei suppliers participated in the online meeting, and the products supplied cover a wide range: hardware, intelligent packaging machine, electronics, food printing machines, sewing machines, robots, lifting equipment, laser machines, cutting machines, construction machinery, etc. The products of suppliers are detailed displayed in the Hubei Foreign Trade Integrated Service Platform. Searching more at:

More than 100 buyers from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and other member countries of RCEP have been invited to join the online matchmaking. The business type of buyers is not only factories, manufacturers, traders, but also associations and industry parks involved. They are very interested in products made in China, especially high-tech products. Fully automatic smart coffee machine of Hubei Zhongrun High-tech Robot Technology Co., Ltd and various types of food printers of Wuhan Sino Joinsun Technology & Trade Co., Ltd. are more popular with buyers. Many buyers expressed that they are expanding their business after the Epidemic, and they also have confidence to continue to cooperate with Chinese partners. Both buyers and suppliers have in-depth trading communication, enjoy product demonstrations in cloud, and make friends & get orders online.

Trade between Hubei Province and members of the RCEP saw steady growth since the trade agreement took effect at the beginning of this year. The import and export enterprises in Hubei enjoyed the preferential treatment in the past six months, with a total value of 808 million yuan.

At the time of the cross-border trade boost since the RCEP came into effect, the Department of Commerce of Hubei Province hosts Historical Jingchu RCEP Machinery & Intelligent Manufacturing Cloud Exhibition to strengthen economic and trade exchanges and bring more benefits to Hubei import and export enterprises. The Cloud Exhibition is undertaken by CMEC International Exhibition Co., Ltd, which is a member of Sinomach (a major State-owned enterprise directly managed by the central government). More details can contact CMEC International Exhibition Co., Ltd. (Email:, M:0086-13501230925)

Ms. Zhou Xiaofeng, CMEC International Exhibition Co.,Ltd.
Telephone: +8613501230925

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Thought-Provoking Historical Fiction Portrays the Life and Struggles of Women in Medieval Times

“I hope my effort is successful in providing my readers with a good story and some dynamic entertainment while improving your knowledge of history and the background to important historical events,” Rogers added.

Author Amelia Rogers’ novel, “Four Princesses from Provence,” highlights the importance of women’s roles in history.

This novel tells the tale of the four daughters of the Count of Provence. With their charms, beauty and intelligence, they rise to the top of the hierarchy — moving from their father’s small kingdom in the south of France to positions of power across Europe. One sister discovers that her new life is a whole different world from the one she knew, and it’s going to change everything she believes and knows.

While dynastic struggles of the Middle Ages have inspired many popular media pieces such as Game of Thrones, there is less knowledge of the period and its people in their full historical context. The author aims to fill this gap while, at the same time, creating an entertaining and dynamic experience for the reader.

Author Rogers is an Italian, and she became a writer because she wanted to know about the past. It makes her dream, and she has a desire to share this enchantment with others. An author with a classical background, her inspiration for “Four Princesses from Provence” comes from her love for the great poet, Dante. His masterpiece, “Paradise,” mentions four daughters of the ruler of Provence, each of whom became a queen in various countries of Europe. Rogers also loves the period of the Middle Ages and had a desire to know more about this often neglected and misunderstood chapter in world history.

When asked about the best parts of her book, Rogers answered: “Since the time that I read about him during my school days, I have been a little in love with Manfred — the son of the Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick, and the man loved by Beatrice who is one of the four princesses and the protagonist of the book. Dante describes Manfred as ‘comely and fair, and gently of aspect.’ He would be a hero of any romantic story. Even his sins are forgiven by God and by Dante who placed him in Purgatory rather than in Hell (the Inferno).”

Rogers wants to bring the past to life by giving her readers an understanding of the historical context that shaped important events such as the Hundred Years War and the Crusades. Most of all, she hopes that they think about the underappreciated but crucial role that women played in shaping these events.

Find out more about “Four Princesses from Provence” at

Four Princesses from Provence
Written by Amelia Rogers
E-book | $2.99
Paperback | $5.75

Book copies are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.

About the Author

Amelia Rogers has built on her knowledge of classical linguistics and European history with extensive travel to historical sites in Europe and the Middle East and research in archives in Paris and in the US. During her career, she has taught Latin, world history, and European literature at local colleges in Massachusetts and in Washington, D. C.