Friday, September 5, 2014

And, there's a new book out!

Thank you to all my readers for your patience. It has been a long and arduous journey for this little piece to come out, but it finally has (it's short, I'll admit that much). So here's the link to the book:
I, Terrorist: The Top Secret confessions of a terrorist
Check it out today. If there are any sales, I'll be sure to let you know. Read below for the full blurb:


Names and Places and Accents have been changed to protect the innocent, and the damned.

This is a top secret story stolen from the dark belly of an intelligence agency, not to be named. Many governments do not want you to read this. They threatened several sites and newspapers to prevent you from reading this. So use this chance and read it right now.
What follows is not for the foolhardy nor for the light of heart. It's for those who appreciate the truth. Raw, uncensored truth. If you want to hide behind fairy tales, move along, nothing to see here.
What this book contains is the confession of one man, a terrorist, who decided to face up to an overwhelming power. Here he will dwell on the things that make some so willing to fight the good, though sometimes losing, fight.

Stolen by a member of an anarchist tribe in the NW Pacific, the original copy was a fragile pile of papers: blood and gunfights having taken their toll. That member died, but not before passing the papers off. The papers were then typed online, where as a file it had to avoid intelligence agencies' viruses and worms out to kill it and any computer it resided on. And now the file is here, the cover is all that remains of the original man. Take care, for this information is worth lives... 



Thanks for reading. As always, you can contact me at nlowhim@gmail.com if you have any questions or wish to discuss something. Look forward to hearing from you.
 

7 comments:

  1. A new one, eh? Bravo. Looking for the Gods finale. But this might do, it might do. Personally a fan of some of these philosophical stories of yours.

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    1. Thanks, Plato, for reaching from beyond the grave...

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    2. You should be so lucky. Better yet, give a little sample of this story to goad people into it. #platojustsayinshit

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    3. Plato, I might. We'll see just yet.

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  2. This shit for real? where they from then, these confessions?

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  3. You making a book, claiming that it was stolen? Welp, guess this site has been marked by those NSA types, right? Read the thing. Not too shabby. The comments here are real and necessary, though... is it real? People need to know. You just can't into a room and start defining things as you want. So fiction, non fiction, they all mean something, tell us then, is this real? Is it stolen? Is it something wikileaks needs?

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    1. damn straight with that. It really gets me when I read about these writers, this writer, that want to somehow buck a trend (or that Achebe with his statement that one, or a writer especially should take the side of the powerless over the powerful, what nonsense) in history by seeming to carea about the little guys.

      What these fools don't know is that there are a handful of things that work in the world, and a handful of rules to go with that: some include that oligarchies in some form will always exist (the smarter ones always look for talent), and furthermore that those with the artistic talent lean towards (and help with everything they have) those with power. Pure and simple (this includes writers, even the ones who write tripe for the masses... though less so, for the people who write indepth stuff, well they'd better be certain that their masters, those in power, give a damn).

      Art always hangs in the halls of power, never in the halls of the rebel (read: the barbarians).

      Act accordingly.

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