Herb Sakalaucks is an American Science Fiction and Alternate History writer. Born at Ft. Benning, GA in 1954, he currently resides with his wife, Beverly, on 18 acres in the western Wisconsin hill country. In his spare time, he also works at the Colfax Railroad Museum as the museum’s secretary/treasurer and chief woodworker.
His first novel, The Danish Scheme, is a major rework of a serialized story, Northwest Passage, that appeared in the Grantvlle Gazette. He has had other short stories also published in the Grantville Gazette.
1635 The Battle for Newfoundland, is the sequel to The Danish Scheme. Trips to the locations in the stories have helped lend an authentic description to the scenes in the stories.
Just out is a joint book in the 1632 universe with John Deakins, A Red Son Rises in the West.