LibertyCon Book Sale

All Terror House paperbacks and audiobooks are on sale for 25 percent off, all e-books are on sale for $0.99 each, and all merch is on sale for 15 percent off through June 21.

Muze

“Nowicki is a druid in this world, his pen a mighty staff with which he paces through its dark forests, using the pointed shadows of fiction to illuminate and comment on our increasingly errant reality.” — Colin Liddell, author of Interviews and Obituaries

Ending Bigly, Eh? The Many Fates of Justin Trudeau

“In 20 years when Trudeau finally learn value of work and meaning, for a being like him can only find purpose in being a brick in the edifice of a greater man: and he will feel much relief as he work hard to put marble blocks stack high one on another building mile-high statue of Barron in Antarctica for temple. Then looking at this collection assembled here by Bill Marchant he will see he has arrived at best of all his possible futures, and has redeemed his life of catamite actor, in which he is now starring in comic role as supposed leader of supposed Canada.” — Bronze Age Pervert, author of Bronze Age Mindset

Falling Through the World

“Leslie D. Soule is an incredible poet whose latest offering, Falling Through the World, is a look at life as it is, as one wants it to be, and how it can always be worse. While Soule’s longest poem is the better-than-Ginsburg “Sometimes it Yips Back,” most of her work here include short, impactful introspections at loneliness, creativity, and the life of an artist. Falling Through the World looks at the contemporary epoch, hates it, but finds it poetic all the same.” — Arbogast

Blood Poppy

“Jay Black’s ultra-gritty Blood Poppy is a raw and real look at urban decay and the corruption that fuels it. Set in the heroin-suffused streets of Vancouver, Blood Poppy begins like a traditional thriller featuring tough-as-nails cops and idealists. However, this is no mere genre fiction; Blood Poppy is the zeitgeist made manifest, and Black chronicles the miasmic legacies of the War in Afghanistan, the War on Drugs, and globalism like a concrete-walking Chaucer. A must read, especially for all fellow Canucks.” — Justin Geoffrey, author of Full Moon Reaction