My next book, The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies), will be published on July 24 by Regnery Publishing, but I am already two-thirds done with the one after that, Confessions of an Islamophobe, which is set to be published later this year by a new imprint, Bombardier Books. I am honored to be among its first authors. Confessions of an Islamophobe is different from my other books in being more personal; I’m using the title’s smear term, of course, much the way Dick Gregory uses another one in his autobiography. Watch for more details to come.
“Behold: Bombardier Books Share,” by John J. Miller, National Review, June 1, 2017:
Conservative authors have a new imprint, Bombardier Books. From a press release:
Founded in 2013 as a publisher of pop culture, business, self-help, health, current events, Christian and conservative political books, Post Hill Press has created Bombardier Books, an imprint that will focus on conservative nonfiction and eventually publish most of Post Hill’s political titles. Bombardier will also publish books for the military market in partnership with American Military News, an online community for service members and veterans. Bombardier Books will be led by David S. Bernstein, who is joining the imprint as associate publisher. He is and will continue as publisher and COO of Liberty Island Media and has been an editor at Wiley and the Free Press. He was founding editor of Diversity & Division, a political journal, and was co-founder of iConnect.com. Titles to be published under the Bombardier label include Confessions of an Islamophobe by Robert Spencer, The Case Against BDS by Alan Dershowitz, Human Wrongs by Anne Bayefsky, Embrace the Suck by Austin Bay and The Most Scandalous President in History by Matt Margolis.