Jamie Wilson is a proud conservative writer.
Woo-hoo! A dream becomes a reality! Thank you, Jamie – I’ve been waiting for this website. Bring it.
I LOVE your site. And I love what you said about romance in conservative fiction. I would love to send you a copy of my new book. I hope you will agree that it breaks the mold for romance novels and conservative fiction. Here is the link to it-
you can reach me at mcbridemarketing at gmail.
Let me know if I can send you a copy!
I hope you’ll consider reviewing my new politial thriller, Powers Not Delegated. The release date is set for October 30, but I’m happy to send you a pre-release copy for review! http://www.prlog.org/11953304-what-if-this-scenario-is-real-novembers-election-takes-on-new-significance.html
I hope you’ll consider reviewing my new political thriller, Powers Not Delegated. The release date is set for October 30, but I’m happy to send you a pre-release copy for review! http://www.prlog.org/11953304-what-if-this-scenario-is-real-novembers-election-takes-on-new-significance.html
How proud can a Mother be when her daughter is able to express herself as you do. Alas I am not nearly as gifted as you so all I’ll say is you make us all proud…I only wish your Grandma, Mom and Pop were here to sing your praises too. You bring a tear to my eye. As erinanne stated, LOVE your site! Keep it up!
I am the author of two “conservative” novels, “The Ghosts of Hanoi,” and “Duly Constituted Authority.” What a breath of fresh air this website is! I would be glad to provide complimentary copies for review if you so desire. (No, sorry, they are not romances.) Thank you!
Loved your post about genres–great site!
Dear Ms. Wilson:
I was happy to see your site and bookmarked it. Thank you for your efforts in spreading the conservative message.
I am an author who has finished a novel.
I would like to provide you with a free copy of the book in return for your honest review on your book blog.
I am convinced that the novel is on time with its message.
Publius: Libertas Aut Mors is a novel that addresses the nation’s division. Avoiding the politics that provide fuel to the division, the story explodes off the pages with a relentless barrage of page-turning excitement and thrilling action. With equal intensity, the story introduces memorable characters, conflicted with the desire to protect their family against their patriotic hope to remain loyal to their country.
Interwoven within the fast moving plot, and unforgettable character development, three love stories emerge, giving even more meaning to the book’s already meaningful message.
Publius: Libertas Aut Mors is more than a novel. It is the story of the plight of a people driven to find a nation that has lost its way.
My website address is: baltazarbolado.net
Thank you for your time.
Oh, I am so happy to find this site. I’m a libertarian novelist who writes family saga/romance/religion. I’ll request a review in a bit.
I did want to point out that Orson Scott Card is not, by any stretch, a conservative (vociferous opposition to gay marriage notwithstanding). By his own proud admission in a Salon article here, he is a “committed communitarian.”
“Well, let’s put it this way. Most of the program of both the left and the right is so unbelievably stupid it’s hard to wish to identify myself with either. But on economic matters, I’m a committed communitarian. I regard the Soviet Union as simply state monopoly capitalism. It was run the way the United States would be if Microsoft owned everything. Real communism has never been tried! I would like to see government controls expanded, laws that allow capitalism to not reward the most rapacious, exploitative behavior. I believe government has a strong role to protect us from capitalism. I’m ashamed of our society for how it treats the poor. One of the deep problems in Mormon society is that really for the last 75 years Mormons have embraced capitalism to a shocking degree.”
I know he says that. But every time I see him talking about any detail, from global warming to gay marriage, he espouses conservative ideals. I think if you locked him in a room with Thomas Sowell for a day or two, he’d come out completely converted. For that matter, as much crap as he’s going to take over the next year from liberals, it might not need Sowell for him to start rethinking things.
Jamie, Orson Scott Card is an “old-timer” type liberal, and that puts him to the right of modern leftist movements, but he is not a conservative. He also never passes up a chance to criticize Republicans as racists and bigots and more or less compared opponents of illegal immigration to Nazis. I like most of his work and I defend him a lot against liberal attacks, but I don’t think he qualifies for our list.