I'll do my best to stay on topic ... your book. I've gotten to your LT chapter ... I do
see where you're coming from. I will post a review when I am finished! My goal won't be to judge it ... my goal will be to help people decide whether or not they want to order it. Meritocrats and egalitarians alike - they can judge it for themselves, if they want.
I can safely say that those who enjoy
your posts will probably enjoy your book. I whispered a caveat
above (see psst
) only because I have found the reading a little tedious at times. That goes with the territory ... meaning that when one that writes poetry and short stories, short articles ... the transition to one's first full-length book can be a slightly rocky one. If you go on to write more full-length books I'm sure you will iron out the bugs if you are open to honest criticism.
OK ... two caveats
... another tap on the reader's shoulder ... a gentle reminder that one will encounter "socio-political theory" delivered via strong opinions as only MF can do it.
If there isn't enough web content out there to suit you, there are plenty of domains like Yahoo!â„¢ that offer free websites as they do free email accounts. (e.g., Yahoo's Geocities) So you can post on the web for free! They even offer sample templates and you can just fill in the blanks. And if you are really
into it, HTML is super-easy to learn. If you can read Marxist literature you can learn HTML in your sleep.
PS Gentle readers out there, you will enjoy Upton Sinclair's The Jungle