Yeah, yeah, we know … CLFA has been sort of vacation-y for the past few weeks. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t been up to anything at all. Behold – the August Book Bomb!
Please consider purchasing a title from the following list for your next read, and support conservative-libertarian fiction! As always, click on the picture to read more and shop:
Freedom/Hate by Kyle Andrews
Everything they say on the news is a lie. To question that lie is a crime.
A Pius Man: A Holy Thriller by Declan Finn
Sometimes, history can be murder.
Reservations by Richard Paolinelli
Death stalks the Reservation.
Farside by Patrick Chiles
A missing spacecraft, a cryptic message, and a fearsome secret hiding in plain sight.
The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel (A Book of Unexpected Enlightenment 2) by L. Jagi Lamplighter
Before coming to Roanoke Academy, Rachel Griffin had been an obedient girl—but it’s hard to obey the rules when the world is in danger and no one will listen.
American Warfighter: Brotherhood, Survival, and Uncommon Valor in Iraq, 2003-2011 by J. Pepper Bryars
The untold acts of valor by some of America’s most highly decorated combat veterans, the brotherhood they shared, and the fighting spirit that kept them alive through the war’s darkest hours.
From Roundheel to Revolutionary by Jeff Daiell
Can Linda truly put aside her past? Or is she to be forever damned by it?
Night Machines by Kia Heavey
It’s not really cheating if it’s only a fantasy … right?
Decisively Engaged (Warp Marine Corps Book 1) by C.J. Carella
They picked a fight with the wrong species.
Not by Sight by Ken Prescott
Cut off from his chain of command and hunted by a fanatical East German State Security officer with his own agenda, Sandoval must call on all of his skill and risk everything in order to survive and succeed.
Operation Renfield by Steven G. Johnson
It’s the fourth year of World War II, and both sides are using every trick in the book, dirty, demonic and otherwise.
Nobility Among Us by Ben Zwycky
A noble family’s quiet revolution against a crumbling hierarchy of tyrants.
Cruncher and the Ghost by Robert Bruce O’Connor
A story so scary you’ll wet your pants laughing.
Renegades: Origins by Kal Spriggs
A group of misfits, including aliens, psychics, mercenaries, and a rogue assassin, struggle to escape an alien prison where survival is measured in hours.
Shut Up! The Bizarre War that One Public Library Waged Against the First Amendment by Megan Fox and Kevin DuJan
Non-fiction: An unlikely duo goes up against town hall and the ALA when they discover lewd goings-on in their local public library.
The Hidden Truth: A Science Fiction Techno-Thriller by Hans G. Schantz
They subverted science, rewrote history, and corrupted society. Now he knows. And he’ll prove it, if they don’t kill him first.
Levon’s Trade by Chuck Dixon
Levon’s trade is death.
A Sea of Troubles by R. Dyne
A short science fiction story about growing up, guns, and the gravity of the situation.
Hard Bite by Anonymous-9
A paraplegic serial killer whose daughter was killed in Los Angeles by a hit-and-run driver now targets the guilty for murder with the help of a pet monkey.
On Different Strings: A Musical Romance by Nitay Arbel
Penniless Texan guitar goddess teaches British engineering professor. Hearts beat in harmony. The world has other ideas.
5 thoughts on “CLFA Book Bomb! August 22 & 23”
Reblogged this on Spin, strangeness, and charm and commented:
The 2nd CLFA Book Bomb, August 22-23, featuring books by fellow CLFA authors. Check these books out: they cover many genres, and you are sure to find something that is up your alley!
I’m sorry, but you guys are damaging your own effort. You don’t do a “book bomb” by listing 20 different books and authors. While I appreciate the list (and will put all the authors on my own favored list), such a “book bomb” effort is useless. It doesn’t do what a book bomb is supposed to do. Why not have a “CLFA list of authors”, and periodically pick ONE book by ONE of the authors to boost. That’s the way a book bomb effort works. Your list of 20 books will have little or no positive effect for any of the deserving titles.
Thanks for the comment, Henry. Yes, such a large number of titles can be diluting. We are discussing some positive changes to future bombs. Stay tuned!
Thhanks for this blog post