Shhhhh! Keep the secret!
Our first orthonym-published eBooks will be our inauguration editions. The first released is a nonfiction book from the Clifford G. Harrison DIY Freedom & Independence Library™ entitled Secret Weapons to the DIY Bedbug, Cockroach, Super Lice and General Insect Eradication Systems Book 3. It is the Ultra-Abridged Edition. It is Book 3 in the Revolutionary Eradication Systems (RES) Series. The series revolutionizes insect extermination with safe, effective, efficient and unique harmonizing weapons systems.
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Today, I Educate the Teachers, the Editors, the Grammarians and the Grammarists and all those with Lexicons
Nobody seems to know what the word orthonym means. It means; when a writer uses a pen name or pseudonym and then he writes under his real name, he is writing under his orthonym. The real name of a person who uses a pseudonym is an orthonym. J.K. Rowling is the orthonym of Robert Galbraith. Washington Irving is the orthonym of Jonathan Oldstyle; Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, (even though the author is past tense, his work is still in the present tense), Stephen King is the orthonym of Richard Bachman. It’s great to learn something new, isn’t it? Books and reading teach you that!
Contains strong adult language!
“…The media back in the States made a big thing of the Iraqi government elections, but it was a nonevent for me. I wasn’t even out that day; I caught it on TV.
I never really believed the Iraqis would turn the country into a truly functioning democracy, but I thought at one point that there was a chance. I don’t know that I believe that now. It’s a pretty corrupt place.
But I didn’t risk my life to bring democracy to Iraq. I risked my life for my buddies, to protect my friends and fellow countrymen. I went to war for MY country, not Iraq. My country sent me out there so that bullshit wouldn’t make its way back to our shores.
I never once fought for the Iraqis. I could give a flying fuck about them.” –Chris Kyle, American Sniper