Sunday 2 September 2018

Update on the Progress of Distant Shores

Just a brief update on the book I am currently working on, Distant Shores.

I am making good progress, having written over 200 000 words. Because of superb reader input over the past year, I am now working to a more profound, original and ambitious design than I had ever foreseen. This encompasses the structural deficiencies and unique misandry of Anglo-American law and politics, not just the cultural issues for which my writing is famous.

I have created a large appendix of reader comments as reference material. To be blunt, these commentaries on my Thesis by learned academics and lay people alike surpass all other manosphere discourse by a country mile; old style MRAs like Warren Farrell are simply nowhere. I cannot begin to say how inspired I was by comments posted by the former corrections officer, law professor and various others on the topic of Anglo-American jurisprudence. Their wholly original perspectives are now central to my new and expanded thesis.

As I write, I am integrating commentary from the appendices into my own work to brace and inform it, while also acknowledging the debt I owe to contributors. This takes time, much more than I had originally envisaged. However, the book will be complete before Christmas and is shaping up to be the most revolutionary work ever written on men’s issues. 

Thanks for all your brilliant contributions and continued support.



  1. Rookh, I have read the first book you wrote, "Havok" and can't wait to read this new book you are writing. Keep up the good work.

  2. There's no denying. Have was an awesome book.