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Doug French reviews ‘Testament of James’

Saturday, January 24th, 2015

Economist, banker and former head of the Ludwig von Mises Institute Doug French offers his take on “The Testament of James” at http://douglasfrench.liberty.me/2015/01/22/book-review-the-testament-of-james/ . In part, Doug reports: “Peddling used books has a treasure hunt side that is particularly interesting for us bibliophiles and is not only made part of Testament’s plotline, but is included […]

E-book for $5.99

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

A Kindle (e-book) edition of “The Testament of James / from the Case Files of Matthew Hunter and Chantal Stevens” is now available at http://www.amazon.com/Testament-Matthew-Hunter-Chantal-Stevens-ebook/dp/B00RNI9UVW . Ebooks in other formats should follow shortly. As there are no immediate plans to bring out a softcover edition, it’s our hope that this will make the book available […]

‘The Black Arrow’ not forgotten

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

Wally Conger, a California revolutionary market anarchist who remembers Ayn Rand, Karl Hess, and Jefferson Airplane — reportedly inspired by CW’s current “Arrow” TV series — was kind enough to post a favorable review of “The Black Arrow / A Tale of the Resistance” at http://wconger.liberty.me/2014/12/08/a-well-spun-tale-of-the-resistance/?refer=libertyme , last month, finding it “an explosive, dizzying, libertarian […]

Claire weighs in / Interview with Vin

Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

Claire Wolfe, author of “101 Things to Do ‘Til the Revolution,” “The Freedom Outlaw’s Handbook,” and the ongoing chronicles of Hardyville, has weighed in with a review of “The Testament of James” at her Backwoods Home blog, here and (part II) here. The review is followed by the first half of an interview with Vin […]

Here they come

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Even as we were proofreading the final draft, our old friend Ernie Hancock at Freedom’s Phoenix radio down in Arizona was good enough to chat with us on-air about the forthcoming novel back in August — https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Media/162059-2014-08-29-08-29-14-keith-cyrnek-vin-suprynowicz-stewart-rhodes-mp3.htm . By September, the redoubtable Claire Wolfe, blogging at Oregon-based Backwoods Home magazine, was advising folks that preliminary […]

Hilltoppers offer plenty of offense / ‘Testament of James’ is shipping

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

I suppose by now close observers have noticed the Great Swami’s crystal ball was clouded, a few weeks back, when it came to predicting the lineup for the inaugural Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, set to kick off at noon local time (closer to dawn, in civilized time zones) Wednesday, Dec. 24 at Tom Robinson National Stadium, […]

The Testament of James, sixth excerpt

Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Added to the previous five excerpts, posted on this site in recent months, the following takes the reader through the first 20,000 words – the first third — of Vin’s new novel, “The Testament of James,” now on sale at www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=14453647811 . Only 650 copies of the numbered, signed, hardcover first edition of ‘The Testament […]

The Testament of James, fifth excerpt

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Added to the first four excerpts, posted this summer, the following takes the reader through the first 17,500 words of Vin’s new novel, “The Testament of James,” on sale now at www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=14453647811. This material is copyright c Vin Suprynowicz, 2014, all rights reserved. “Times have changed, Mr. Hunter, even in Washington,” said the scented Egyptian. […]

Thoughts on the occasion of the October moon

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

(Re-posting Vin’s traditional Halloween column) Halloween, the day when many an American parent will suit up the little ones in black robes, matching 17th century conical hats, and over-sized warty noses, sending them off to delight the neighbors with this impersonation of a witch, as traditionally represented from 17th century Austrian paintings of the Hexensabbat […]

How come they keep having these ‘elections,’ and nothing ever changes?

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

For the most part, participating in “judgeship” elections is pointless at best, if not outright pernicious. Your participation will be interpreted as granting your consent and approval to what amounts to a huge, unconstitutional scam. So far as I know, you can no longer become a judge in this country — with the possible exception […]