An estimated 80,000 fans will gather in Atlanta this Labor Day weekend for DragonCon in Atlanta, GA for a celebration of science fiction, fantasy and comics. Attending authors, the Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance, and other friends are offering great deals on their work in honor of the event – all these books are $0.99 each (set by the author or publisher, so please confirm before buying). Continue reading “The Great DragonCon $0.99 Book Sale!”
Update a final time to add Love in the Age of Dispossession by Loretta Malakie.
Updated with MORE GREAT BOOKS!
With the LibertyCon Science Fiction Convention about to convene in Chattanooga, Tennessee, some attending authors and friends are offering a few of their most popular ebooks for only $0.99. For most books, the sale begins 12 am PDT Wednesday 6/26 through 12 am PDT Wednesday 7/3 on Amazon, (12 am GMT 6/26 through 12 am GMT 7/3 on Amazon.co.uk). The author’s chosen start and end dates may vary – always confirm the price before you buy.
Get a great deal on a liberty-friendly book, and help support the creators. Here’s the full list (including both some familiar Ratburger favorites and new discoveries), alphabetical by author… Continue reading “Updated! The Great LibertyCon $0.99 Book Sale”
The Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance (CLFA) recently announced their finalists for the 2019 Book of the Year Award. To qualify for entry in the CLFA Book of the Year 2019 contest, books had to be over 50k words and first published in any form in 2018. With eleven candidates nominated by CLFA members, the public may help select the final winner by voting here before midnight on May 15th.
You may join the CLFA group on MeWe by request, if you already have a MeWe Profile.
You’ll find some of the best in contemporary fiction by checking out the finalists, below the break.
If you’re a science fiction fan, consider participating in the Dragon Awards to honor the year’s best fiction. Declan Finn has a nice round-up of Dragon Award suggestions. I’m honored that A Rambling Wreck made Declan’s list as well as the Happy Frogs slate of recommendations. There are many other fine works worth looking into as well.