Skip to comments.Matt Bracken's "Enemies" trilogy -- free for Kindle, next three Mondays (starting 10/14)
Posted on 10/12/2013 8:36:12 AM PDT by NewJerseyJoe
Big news from author, warrior, and patriot Matt Bracken. On Monday (10/14), "Enemies Foreign and Domestic" will be available for free download on Kindle for four days. "Domestic Enemies" will be made similarly available the following Monday (10/21), and then "Foreign Enemies and Traitors" on 10/28.
On social media, the author stated:
"I can't see much point in 'hoarding' the Enemies trilogy. If it's going to do any good, make any impact outside of the already-converted patriotic American 'choir,' it has to happen pretty soon. Nobody will give a damn about the Enemies Trilogy as a footnote to history if we lose our freedom. I don't want people talking about my novels 'in the camps.' "
>>”I can’t see much point in ‘hoarding’ the Enemies trilogy. If it’s going to do any good, make any impact outside of the already-converted patriotic American ‘choir,’ it has to happen pretty soon. Nobody will give a damn about the Enemies Trilogy as a footnote to history if we lose our freedom. I don’t want people talking about my novels ‘in the camps.’ “
Words from a great American! I read the books years ago in paper form, but I’ll be downloading them to my tablet!
If you haven’t got ‘em, get. Fantastic reads. And keep in mind that these were written before Obama and Holder pulled Fast and Furious. Prescient is what Bracken is. Prescient.
Read it. Liked it. I especially liked the female lead in last book. I recommend it highly.
Except. Buy it so follow Freeper Matt Bracken can be duly rewarded for his hard work.
Anyone that hasn’t read Matt’s trilogy needs to. Without question it is the playbook by which the liberals/communists are playing.
” I don’t want people talking about my novels ‘in the camps.”
Good for him! Damned generous to those who have little $.
Scary prescient bump. They'll jack up your preparation mode for sure.
Thanks. Will have to check out. I’ve wanted to read those books. Money is tight. Was given a gift certificate to Barnes & Nobles and went to get them but Barnes & Nobles doesn’t carry them. Don’t have any smartphone, kindle or anything else that requires much money but I do have my computer. The regime and/or its goons have sabotaged a lot of the functions of my computers but I can at least try to check this out.
Wife and I have been doing our part. After buying and reading the series ourselves, we sent three sets out as Christmas gifts last year.
Amazing/scary how these stories are coming true.
You’ve been in there on the good fight. thank you
Time is short, freedom is under assault, and there is no point in hoarding them.
They need to get out and be read more widely, and I hope beyond the conservative choir.
You are extremely generous. God Bless you.
If they are going to make an impact, it needs to be soon.
I’m in, finally got a Kindle.
I just purchased the last two (already had EF&D).
Free markets exchange $ for value.
Thanks Mr. McGee!
I have an idea as well...
As birthday gifts, to family members and close friends, why not give them a Kindle with these novels already pre-loaded...
I’m heading out this evening to get some Christmas gifts for my niece and nephew...This will be one of them...
I don’t believe this is above their comprehension either...
Besides, they have me to ask questions of about this stuff...I am their favorite uncle anyway...
Sad but true.
Can’t wait, brother! You certainly know your way around a subject and predicate. You’re a talented, talented writer.
Yep, it's looking less and less like your books will be viewed as laughably off-target in some prosperous future.
My original copies of the books have been gifted to others, with an encouragement that the recipients do the same when they're finished reading them. Pushing out the Kindle copies is a great idea, may they find many appreciative readers.
You're right, time is short. Thanks once again for writing these books. I wish you fair winds and following seas.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Yeah, I see it as a test, and a warning shot to the GOP not to mess with Obamaa’s infinite debt ceiling demand.
I want them spread around as widely as possible, while recognizing that kindle works both ways. What kindle delivers, kindle can delete. This has been done for copyright and borderline kiddie porn reasons. Poof, they’re gone. Could also be done for political reasons. That’s why I’m glad tens of thousands of the printed books are out there. At least they can’t disappear back into the ether.
Matt Bracken's "Enemies" trilogy -- free for Kindle, next three Mondays (starting 10/14)
Way behind, (again) and sorry to be late with pings.
Check out # 16 for good news, and free Books.
Thanks, Travis McGee. We appreciate your generosity.
Yep, it would probably be irresponsible of you, the author, to mention the many online guides for converting Kindle files to ePub or PDF format. Which, by the way, make the books more easy to share. Of course, I frown on any such copyright or contract violations.
Addendum: I was curious and took a quick peek... Yep, the trilogy is on Piratebay. Amazon won’t be zapping the e-book versions out of existence, that horse is long out of the barn.
That’s true. I used to worry about pirates stealing my work. But when you have about 0.001% market penetration, any exposure is a help. And like you said, it makes it harder to kill.
BTW, all of my short stuff is linked free on my website. They have all been copied freely with my permission on a hundred websites, just to make sure they are preserved.
Thanks! I’m happy to have hard copy, but I’d like to read them again and the work truck is pretty full!
If you haven’t read these, give them a try. You won’t be disappointed!
They cover a government-out-of-control topics that we hope will never happen but look like they will....or already have.
I read on the Android Kindle app.
Bumpity bump. God bless you, Matt. I’ll be in touch.
Thanks LucyT for all the pings. Note to self to review your pings.
Thanks for the ping.
I believe you will enjoy reading all these and don’t forget “Castigo Cay” which is my personal favorite.
I know I would read a bit, put a bookmark in then start wondering what would happen next. So back I would go to read a bit more.
Too bad—I have a Nook...
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