Sunday, May 12, 2013

A Brigade Fan Writes


I couldn’t help it.  After re-reading The Brigade and casting about for the next read, I was drawn back to A Mighty Fortress, lying in wait on my nifty Kindle Paperwhite, begging for another re-read.

Finishing the book, it occurred to me that you have invented a new genre – “purpose” or “purpose-driven” fiction.  And you are at the top of that genre.

Keep the faith.  Someday this genre and your amazing works will go “viral.”

Hail Victory!

-J. B.

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Okay, I know some of my friends sigh and shake their heads at my habit of giving my work away for free, but these books were written to be read and not to make me money. It is more important that the message in them get out than for me to get money I will only have to give to the dictatorship for Obamacare. I will send anyone who wants one a .pdf copy of The Brigade, if you don't mind reading a long novel on a computer screen or printing off a hard copy on your printer. E-mail me at


Anonymous Dave said...

I think one of the most important things you have done with your Northwest novels (especially The Brigade and Freedom's Sons) is answer the question, "What do we do after we win?"

For God's sake, you should see some of the "patriot porn" sites, whose answer to every question is along the lines of "kill them all and we'll sort it out later." Anybody in any uniform, anybody who works for the city, county, school board, waste management, etc. is an enemy?

Thank God most of them belong to the 82nd Chairborne Division.

2:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I prefer the printed book.

6:10 PM  
Blogger FeminizedWesternMale said...

Heck, I give my books away (though not the author-signed AMF - my favorite). I'll send anyone a complete set if they are willing to give Mr. Covington their address to forward to me.

I cannot stand reading PDFs online for more than 100 pages.

6:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those Northwest novels are the key to victory. Get enough of them in White people's hands, get them read and understood, and those books alone will turn the trick for us.

8:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I personally consider The Brigade to be one of the best and potentially most significant novels ever written in the English language.

4:18 PM  

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