“History, Aristotle says, represents things only as they are, while fiction represents them as they might be and ought to be.”
— Albert J. Nock, Memoirs of a Superfluous Man

Fifteen of your fellow libertarian fiction authors are organizing a GIANT 99-cent sale on libertarian fiction this May 18–20, 2016 to find new readers and sell some books!

You’re invited.

Here are the details:

  • Ebooks available for sale on Amazon, only.
  • You must reduce the price of your book(s) to 99 cents (or free) during the full promotion, from May 18–20th, inclusive.
  • By participating, you are obligating yourself to (energetically) promote the sale (not just your participating book(s)) to your networks: mailing lists, social media, blogs, etc.
  • Note: You must have an active mailing list that you are actively accepting signups to and that you can post to in order to participate in this. I can help you with this step, just email me@georgedonnelly.com.
  • There is no fee for you to participate, it’s free.
  • You get paid normally via the retailer where your book is sold.

If you’d like to participate, please fill out this form:

http://goo.gl/forms/XjyxlHdFVC

And feel free to ask any questions by emailing me@georgedonnelly.com.

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LFA/SFL Short Story Contest 2014

I must have been living under a rock for the past week and a half, because Students for Liberty published the special issue of their Ama-Gi magazine on May 9th, featuring the winners and runners-up from the short story contest we held earlier this year.

Once again, here are the 10 stories we selected out of 169 submissions. Head over to the Students for Liberty website or scroll down to read them in the digital magazine.

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Even in our supreme confidence (or was it naive optimism?), we didn’t expect to receive 169 submissions for the libertarian short story contest we held with Students for Liberty. But we managed to read through all of the stories and zero in on the best ones in time for our scheduled announcement today. You can read SFL’s official announcement on their website. I’m going to reproduce some of that information here and add a few words of my own.

Without further ado, here are the contest winners and runners-up:

The Winners

  • 1st Place: “The Coals Burned Low” by Ahmed Khalifa
  • 2nd Place: “House of Refuge” by Michael DiBaggio
  • 3rd Place: “A Masterpiece of the Literature of Liberty” by Jack McDonald Burnett

Runners-Up (in Alphabetical Order by Author)

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5 More Perfect Days by Mark Tullius (Dystopian)

Yesterday was the day the Internet fought back against NSA surveillance.

We took part by adding an interactive banner to LibertarianFictionAuthors.com.

Charter member Mark Tullius also decided to give away his new novella 5 More Perfect Days, companion to his dystopian novel 25 Perfect Days. Like its predecessor, the novella is a series of linked short stories.

Mark is giving away one story from the book each week via Smashwords until March 11th, when he’ll put the whole novella up for sale.

The first, “29-US89N4X,” was made available yesterday. Follow Mark’s blog to get updates when he releases the others.

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LibertarianFictionAuthors.com Is Available in the Chrome Web Store

If you use Google’s Chrome browser, or Chromium, there’s a new way for you to bookmark and access LibertarianFictionAuthors.com.

I created a bookmark app for Chrome that acts as a shortcut to the website. Installing it in Chrome will add it to your Apps page and Apps Launcher. Then you’re just a convenient click away from finding more libertarian fiction.

Install the App

Add Us to Your Android Home Screen

Android users can add a Chrome shortcut to their home screens that looks just like a native app icon.  Just visit the website in your browser, tap the Chrome menu, scroll down, and tap Add to Homescreen.

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