IRONIC that whilst children warm their small hands on the propaganda deploring the Reich’s placing on bonfires pornographic and Communist promoting books their backs are warmed by the biggest bonfire of books since the Bolsheviks seized power in Russia in 1917.
An anti-trans piss-taking parody book is topping Amazon’s LGBTQ+ best-seller list. A parody children’s book that ridicules transgenderism with a story about a boy who wants to become a walrus unexpectedly became the number-one best-selling Amazon book in the LGBTQ+ category this week.
OP-ED: On account of one inoffensive book title, Europe Arise, tame in content when compared to the vile output of Amazon published anti-White books, our entire Amazon account has been closed.
At the onset of the internet, a pundit remarked that future society would be divided between the computer literate and those who failed to keep up. What was the outcome of that prediction?
MICHAEL WALSH is considered by many to be the world’s foremost living poet. Shunned by both publishers and corporate media for his politically incorrect writing, the Irish but Liverpool born dissident poet has received tributes from artists of theatre and opera, Church and political figures, playrights and the literati.
Michael Walsh, compiler of Inspire a Nation Volume I and II, lived and worked in the shadow of the ruins of Dinas Bran castle. The ancient fort is situated in the town of Llangollen, a jewel set in the crown of the Berwyn Hills of Wales.
It is a gift we take for granted. It is a gift so commonplace that it tends to be overlooked when there is a need to say something meaningful to someone important in your life. It is one gift with one million choices.
Books educate and inspire. Books help us to become better (or worse) human beings. Books are a mirror reflection of what we are. Show me a person’s bookcase and I know as much as I need to know about that person.
Writing and self-publishing are what it says on the can; you are your own publisher. It is your book; you are in complete control of your book’s presentation and publication. The copyright is yours as are the royalties. It is liberating and for many new authors, it can be profitable.
We are all familiar with Wrigley’s Chewing Gum but the story behind the Wrigley legend is well worth chewing over. I don’t have to hand the original so I fall back on memory.