Kit Perez and I are writing a book. I didn’t think I’d ever write one again, but she’s an inspiration as well as a scary-efficient writing partner. We started just last month and are probably close to the halfway mark already.
Topic: Resistance to tyranny. Specifically, practical forms of resistance freedomistas can do NOW, personal skills needed, warning signs to watch for, etc.
Timeline: We hope to have it out in Kindle and publish-on-demand early next year
What we need: A couple of intelligent readers who can review in-progress drafts and answer questions like: “Is this information useful?” “Are we explaining it well?” “Are we leaving anything out that you feel should be included?”
I know multiple Commentariat members will be rushing to raise their hands. But here’s the thing: The ideal reality checker would be between late teens and fortysomething and would be a person who values individual liberty and wants to know how to resist tyranny without having to hide in a bunker or take up arms.
That’s the book’s target audience. So we’d like to have that perspective as we go along on the project. My grizzled old Outlaw veteran friends aren’t the ones we need to hear from now.
So. Does that description of a youthful(ish) freedomista fit you? Does it fit your adult child or grandchild who might like to have input on a book? Then please let me know in comments. If you put your real email address in the comment box, we can talk and exchange further info. We’re looking for two people no and perhaps two or three others to look over the finished draft later on.
Cheers & thanks!