First up is Larry Correia with his non-fiction In Defense of the Second Amendment
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What Part of the Second Amendment Don’t You Understand?
That’s the question posed by award-winning, New York Times bestselling author, and professional firearms instructor, Larry Correia.
Bringing with him the practical experience that comes from having owned a high-end gun store—catering largely to law enforcement—and as a competitive shooter and self-defense trainer, Correia blasts apart the emotion-laden, logic-free rhetoric of the gun control fanatics who turn every “mass shooting” into a crazed call for violating your rights, abusing the Constitution—and doing absolutely nothing to really fight crime.
In his essential new book, In Defense of the Second Amendment, Correia reveals:
- Why “gun-free” zones are more dangerous for law-abiding citizens
- How the Second Amendment does indeed include your right to own an AR-15—and why that’s not an “outdated” concept
- Why “red flag” laws don’t work, can be easily abused, and ignore a much more commonsensical approach to keeping guns out of the wrong hands
- The insanity of “criminal justice reform” that frees dangerous criminals and “gun reform” that penalizes your right to self-defense
- How we can return to a society that has a safe and healthy relationship with guns—as we had for most of our history
- Correia’s promise: “Believe me, I’ve heard every argument relating to gun control possible. I can show you how to defend your rights.”
Urgent, informed, with vitally important information for whoever who owns a gun—or is thinking about owning a gun—or who cares about the preservation of our constitutional rights, In Defense of the Second Amendment is a landmark book of enduring importance.
This is an excellent book for refuting the left’s ‘arguments’ against the Second Amendment. Also, Larry does not set prices on his books, those were done by the publisher, and he has no input to that.
Next is Pam Uphoff with a new novella in her Fall of the Alliance series K.A.T. Antiques
In a brutal cross-dimensional Empire where everything is about ownership and control, and the strongest mentalists rule . . .
Karl Traeger has a problem.
His elderly father has died, and sixteen-year-old Karl is going to be at the mercy of very unsavory relatives.
And since he’s the oldest of his generation—ahead of his cousins in the line of inheritance—he knows his uncle will never Present him: never allow him to demonstrate his fitness for the title of Lord. No, he’ll be one more brain-chipped servant.
But maybe if he moves quickly, before anyone knows his father is dead . . . he can save himself, then get to work saving the people he cares about—maybe even save his budding antiques business.
A stand alone novella in the Fall of the Alliance Series.
This is a fun little series, with good good guys and really bad bad guys! 🙂
Next is Holly Chism with her second book in the Liquid Diet Chronicles Having a Pint
Meg Turner, vampire accountant and investments advisor, has plenty of living clients, but not many among her fellow undead. That’s about to change: she’s been invited to a regional business fair for her kind. She’ll get to meet and greet more bloodsuckers than she really wanted to (hopefully without having to suck up to any of them). than just the two Vampire cops she helped track down and stake her late, unlamented sire—and hopefully make some friends and answer some questions.
Unfortunately, she’s got a Line Progenitor who’s begun invading her dreams, and a serial killer stalking her future clients to distract her from growing her business. Throw in a sick roommate not long before the conference starts, a mafia messenger boy left on her front porch, and only one car to juggle all of her responsibilities toward her roommate and unexpected guest. And then on top of that, she has the business fair over an hour away that features vampire karaoke, nosy, pushy elder bloodsuckers, and one particular elder who’s friends with her unwelcome dream guest. Seriously, it’s enough to drive her to drink something other than coffee or blood.
Just why did she think this whole conference thing sounded like a good idea, again?
This is definitely a ‘twisted’ little series, plenty of laughs and lots of twists and turns in the plot!
Last but not least, Alma TC Boykin has a new novella out in her Familiar Origins Tales Lord Adrescu’s Blade
A legendary sword, and the man who wielded it.
Lord Danut Adrescu returns to his keep to find a mystery and a warning. A battered young Healer who cannot speak, and a vision of battle with a half-bull monster. What links the two? And what ties them to his new sword, a battle-claimed blade made by the finest Italian swordsmiths?
A novella, 30K words.
I highly recommend all of these! They (well other than Larry’s) are good quick reads!
Larry’s will take some time to digest, but it is well worth the time there too!
Hey Old NFO;
I got Larry’s book in hardback coming today, Preordered as soon as it was offered….durn Amazon, LOL Will check out the others.
Odd timing, I ordered Holly’s book a day or so ago and started it last night after re-reading the first one.
Larry’s book is on my wish list.
Thanks for the recommendations!
Picked up all 3. Thank you!
John- LOL, as usual you’re a step ahead of me.
I liked “K.A.T. Antiques.” It was a nice, fast paced story, and the denouement had me laughing.