Who Said the War for Independence Was Ever Won?


Tired of all the attacks on the Second Amendment, I decided to write a story that clearly shows how important this law is to all American citizens everywhere.  Always remember:  The Second Amendment is the one that allows us to defend all of the others from those who do not have the best interest for Our Nation in mind.

Independence Day is when we celebrate the freedoms that were hard-won by our country’s Forefathers.  But in a sense, many of these freedoms are now under attack by corrupt politicians and special interest groups they almost always secretly support.  So did we ever TRULY win the war for Independence?  I challenge that we are once again in the middle of it, though it is being fought on a more political level right now.

In my humble opinion, 2018: An Uncivil War is the PERFECT book to read in celebration of Independence Day!  At least one of my readers has stated that some of the things I’ve foretold there in have actually come to pass.  This story will show you both sides of the gun rights debate, assigning a major character to each side, and will then show you how they both come to be on the same page toward the extremely exciting and fulfilling climax!

Right now, you can get the E-Book for only 99 cents!  My goal is to make the e-book extremely affordable to everyone during this most inspiring holiday.  I have not yet decided if I will keep the 99-cent price structure after the holiday.  But it will depend upon sells.  However, I highly recommend getting it at this — the lowest available price (it gets no better than this!) — temporary offering.  Whether you have a Nook or a Kindle, you can find it on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble!

Amazon Kindle

Barnes & Noble Nook

God Speed as we strive toward total independence!


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