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A Strange Fan Letter

A couple of days ago, I received the following fan letter: Dear Mr. Covington: I’ve read a great deal of your stuff, and I am definitely a fan. I have read all four books in your Northwest series as well as Rose of Honor and Vindictus. I was able to find them all linked from […]

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Sorry, that old-time senility got into me brain again. I forgot to include the Northwest novel download site at Colonel House has it back up after the hebes knocked it off line a few weeks ago, and he has been experimenting with some new soundtracks and effects on it.

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The March Up Country

Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 23:59:50 -0500 Subject: The March Up Country From: To: Sir, I downloaded a .pdf version of the The March Up Country about 5 hours ago. I just finished reading it. Let’s regard the obligatory exclamations of admiration as read. I would like to bounce a few questions and […]

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Ordering the Northwest Novels

Hi Harold,            If we buy books right from you, does this cut out Amazon, etc, and get more money directly to you?    Thom            I get this question a lot. Let’s go over this again, for those of you who came in late.           In order to publish my book-length work, I […]

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A Cleansed Northwest

The various non-white minorities who lived in the Northwest under American rule were also more or less driven out of the Homeland during the revolution itself. After all, many of them had fled their own countries to get away from men with guns and they were no more willing to stand and fight here than […]

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Edmund Connelly Review

Review on modern secession by Edmund Connelly. Extensive mention of Northwest novels and Northwest imperative.

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New Brigadier

Hi HAC, A. M. here. I just finished reading your latest book (The Brigade, the great big one) that you sent me. Thank you very much. I haven’t read a book since I got on the internet 12 years ago because I thought the internet was the biggest and best book there ever was. I […]

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Response to TOQ Review

[Shamelessly pinched from the The Occidental Quarterly web site.] Michael O’Meara Posted September 3, 2009 at 3:19 pm | Permalink This is an extraordinary article on an extraordinary subject. I am constantly amazed by the fact that the Quartet has been virtually ignored in our community. Part of this, I imagine, is due to the […]

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Birth of a Nation

Review of the Northwest independence novels. Joe Bob says check it out:  

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