Monday, November 14, 2016

Drop Zone Bill's book is finally available for pre-order.

Here is the blurb from Amazon:

For Bill Fulton, being a soldier was his identity. He was called to protect and serve. So when the Army wanted to send him to Alaska, he went—they had never steered him wrong, after all. 

After an involuntary medical discharge, Fulton was adrift until he started a military surplus store in Anchorage, where he also took on fugitive recovery missions. He was back on his feet, working with other badasses and misfits he considered brothers. He took pride in his business, with a wife and daughters at home. His life was happy and full. 

But when a customer revealed he planned to attack a military recruiting station, Fulton had to make a choice: turn a blind eye and hope for the best or risk his safety, his reputation, and his business by establishing contact with his customers’ arch nemesis: the FBI. 

He chose the latter, and his life changed forever. 

Fulton would soon find himself tumbling down a rabbit hole, learning of a militia movement afoot called “sovereign citizens” who believe themselves to be above the law. The FBI classifies this domestic terrorist group as the number-one threat to law enforcement in the country. 

Set against the vast, rugged, and sometimes lawless backdrop of Alaska, The Blood of Patriots is the story of an ideology gone bloody in the distorted belief that murder is patriotic. It is the true story of how Fulton wrestled his demons and became an undercover confidential informant for the FBI, helping to bring down a militia whose charismatic leader was plotting to kill federal judges and their families and law enforcement officers. 

Gee that is quite a glowing description, now I almsot feel bad about once calling Bill a "jack booted thug."

Nah, no I don't.

Actually our history is fairly bizarre and complicated.

In the beginning I was calling him out for roughing up a journalist during a Joe Miller rally, and then later outed him as the FBI informant who who helped get Schaeffer Cox arrested, and then even later he became a good friend and a reliable source of information. 

One thing about Alaska, you find friends in the oddest places.

This book has been pushed back so many times that I began to think it was never coming out.

Glad to see I was wrong.

The release date for the book is still not until May of 2017, but if you want to reserve your copy you can do so now. 

I am certainly going to read it, and I am sure I will love it.


  1. Anonymous6:13 AM

    Trump says he will work for $1.00 a year? Nope. not worth 50cents a year. In fact Americans will pay don a 1.00 each to resign. That is $450 million don! To resign! And didn't have to do anything for the money, but be yourself.

    1. Anonymous9:00 AM

      Not worth the Penny .01 Made the butler pick one up!
      "gravel driveway and remarked to Mr. Senecal, “Somebody better get that coin."

  2. Anonymous6:54 AM

    @Anonymous 6:13 AM

    ''Trump says he will work for $1.00 a year?''
    That is exactly what Arnold Schwarzenegger said, then HE WRECKED CALIFORNIA AND LEFT IT IN A MESS.
    A Democrat, Jerry Brown had to come in and clean up the mess Arnold left, and put California back into the black.

    Democrats have to always come behind Repubs and clean up their messes.

    1. Anonymous8:08 AM

      We Democrats are like the keepers who follow the elephants around in a parade or at the circus.

    2. Anonymous9:04 AM

      Then Rs TAKE THE CREDIT for it.

  3. Anonymous8:06 AM

    I am surprised there is not more interest in this article - it is a fascinating story.

    Pat Padrnos

    1. Dropzone Bill2:22 PM

      Thanks Pat and thank you Griff for the article and your friendship

      As for interest in the article I thing the majority of us are still waking up to the shock of a Trump presidency so most of the effort is going there. Im going to try to get Griff a review copy so maybe I'll get one more shot with the IM either way I think its a great book but then again I'm pretty biased

  4. Anonymous8:07 AM

    The misspelling on the cover does not inspire confidence.

  5. This sounds like an interesting read especially now. Thanks for the heads up! I wondered what happened to Fulton....

    1. Dropzone Bill10:40 AM

      Wonder no more .....I'm on Twitter @dzbillfulton feel free to say hi

  6. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Tavis Smiley on MSM
    1st 'FLASHED'
    then 'TRASHED'
    now is 'AGHAST'

  7. Anonymous8:46 AM


  8. Anonymous8:49 AM

    "sometimes lawless" HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA

  9. Anonymous9:28 AM

    Fuck Bill Fulton and his uneducated, non-spelling publishers.
    That fucker is absolutely full of himself.
    Just like the rest of trumpland.

    1. Dropzone Bill10:39 AM

      Awwwww listen "Anonymous" thanks for those insightful comments I'll be sure to take that into account...........wait no I won't I'm to busy keeping people like you safe from people like Schaeffer Cox. I believe the spelling mistake was on purpose TTYL

    2. Anonymous4:39 PM

      I can't see Jeanne Devon letting anything get by her. Jeanne knows how to turn a word or a phrase to effect.

  10. Dropzone Bill4:50 PM

    I see the typo they accidentally stuck a first draft of the cover up were having them put the final one up now. TKS for the looking out. You guys rock


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