Hi, this might be a bit odd for this part of the forum, but i'll try it anyway- I'm attempting to write a historical fiction book(yeah) about Operation Sealion, as it's always been a personal dream to be an author . It's going okay, but I just want to hear opinions about it. 1. Is the topic okay? I don't want to write about something nobody wants to read about. 2. This is from the German perspective. Do you think it will be accepted as well or even just a little bit less than from an allied perspective? 3. Examine and report. 4.(temporary) Did the Germans have a Panzerschrek or something of the like in 1942? If not, what man-portable ATGs did they have? "The storm was still raging as they approached the beach. Rain beat down on their helmets, and a fog had settled over the sand. All the better for them not to see us, thought Albrecht. Maybe some of us will come out of this alive. Just as he thought that, he heard a thud, and the machine gunner on the top of the boat slumped over his weapon, dead. The men on the boat saw the glaring hole in his back, and knew for sure that they were not coming out of this unscathed. “Ramp ready to lower!” someone yelled over the crashing of a mortar shell exploding right next to their boat, showering them with bits of water and rocking the boat further. The men on the boat watched the spectacle of the tower of water with grim amazement. Then they went back to checking their rifles and sub-machine guns, cleaning and polishing them one last time before the fight." If you want me to post more, say so and I will do so. Thanks for any and all helpful posts.