Year: 2014

KEEPERS OF THE FLAME is cleared hot!

Merry Christmas! KEEPERS OF THE FLAME is (finally!) live at every major retail outlet. Here’s the blurb: In the wake of a global collapse, the Republic of Cascadia promises peace, prosperity and security. But these promises ring hollow in the shanties and slums of the Yellow Zone. The Sons of America, once driven underground, have […]

KEEPERS OF THE FLAME is live!

KEEPERS OF THE FLAME is now available! Taken from the blurb: In the wake of a global collapse, the Republic of Cascadia promises peace, prosperity and security. But these promises ring hollow in the shanties and slums of the Yellow Zone. The Sons of America, once driven underground, have returned to spark a revolution. Master Sergeant […]

Looking Beyond Terror

If you know your enemies and know yourself, you will not be imperilled in a hundred battles -Sun Tzu, Art of War This letter on the TODAY newspaper forum reflects an understandable, but naive, sentiment about terrorism. The writer argues that terrorism has no religion, and that all terrorists should simply be called terrorists without […]

RIDING THE RED HORSE is now available!

Another came forth, a red horse. To him who sat on it was given power to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another. There was given to him a great sword. -Revelation 6:4, World English Bible Riding the Red Horse is online! This ebook, written in the tradition of Jerry Pournelle’s There […]

Keepers of the Flame Cover Reveal!

Previously I’ve posted excerpts of Keepers of the Flame. Now, here is the cover in all its glory, courtesy of Fiona Jayde Media. The expected publication date across all media is 19 December 2014. In addition, I’m trying to arrange to sell physical copies of the book in person next week. Stay tuned for more details.

Banning Julien Blanc: NIMBYism on a global scale

Banning Julien Blanc undermines freedom of speech and travel. The better approach would be to arrest him, criticise him, or kill him. The latter removes a threat to society; the former pushes the burden to someone else and punishes someone for disagreeing with the memes of the day.

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