The title might be an entry in the controversy surrounding pirating of ebooks--and a suggested motto for unknown indie writers who are concerned about it. But the content is strictly pleasure reading: shorts and samples from books by Linton Robinson. Some are complete short pieces, some are chapters that can stand alone. And a special treat: they're selected to fit the jolly rogering theme of the book. If you like pillaging and plundering, waylaying and heisting--especially with cute and well-armed babes involved--you're going to like "Pirate This Book". Maybe enough to rip it off and pass it around. For more information of the stories in this volume of booty, have a look at http://linrobinson.com/Pirates
Born in Occupied Japan, schooled in Asia, now a 25year resident of Latin America, Linton Robinson's status as a born outsider is reflected in his books. Robinson worked as journalist for years, winning awards and placing articles in top American magazine and newspaper markets. This was followed by a brief career as a photographer, also with credits in top markets. He then moved into mailorder catalogs, with noted success, before switching to newspapers in Mexico and Guatemala.
His syndicated columns "Flesh Wounds" and "Weekend Warrior" were cult favorites in the nineties. He is currently working on novels and screenplays and doing videos.