Probably. Teddy's ethnostate sperging is such an embarrassment, I suspect other conservative/libertarian authors avoid him on principle. It's like having a friend who keeps ranting about the niggers, 24/7. Even if you agree with him, after a while you want him to just shut the fuck up.Didn't Correia and Ringo also distance themselves from Vox because he went full "muh ethnostate" alt-right? It certainly wasn't the best optics for the Sad Puppies cause, and probably not to associate with their careers either.
Vox Day's position on the ethnostate has always been kind of incoherent though. He's an expat living in Italy who wants to deport all the immigrants, including legal ones, and thinks Europe and North America are for white people but also claims to be part Cherokee/Hispanic. Is he just a huge hypocrite, or does he actually have enough complexity to his ideology to reconcile how he lives with what he preaches? Because following his own logic, he belongs in some country in South or Central America with the rest of the mestizos.
Anyway, Monster Hunter International is way better than A Throne of Bones. Stay mad, Teddy.
Then you get into Teddy's frankly medieval views about women, his contempt for the American Bill of Rights, and his moon-landing hoax conspiracy crap, and it's easy to just... walk away from him.
(I can't help but grin at how John Ringo's Black Tide series must've infuriated Teddy, considering one of the protagonists is a thirteen year old girl with a knack for zombie killing.)