Looking for a good book to read, but tired of sucker punches and nihilistic misery when all you want to do is relax? You’re in luck . . . Behold! A gallery of conservative and libertarian-friendly fiction.
Note: We at CLFA have not read all of the books listed, though we have made an effort to screen them for quality. We recommend reading the free excerpt at the beginning of the book before buying. Also, as much as possible, we have tried to give a brief description of each book’s genre. Much conservative/libertarian fiction is indie, which means that it does not conform to standard Big Publishing genre categories. (In our opinion, this is just another reason to love it – originality and intellectual liberty!)
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The Long Black by J.M. Anjewierden
Morgan thought (after escaping the heavy-gravity mines of her homeworld) life as a starship mechanic would be easy, and maybe even fun. That was before the thugs, bureaucracy, bad bosses, and even unexpectedly having to take care of her friend’s little girl. And then the Space Pirates show up…
Penny Dreadful and the Clockwork Copper by J.M. Anjewierden
Viva-3 was made to be the perfect spy, but they built her too well and she doesn’t have to obey them. She is sent undercover with orders to unmask the city’s vigilante hero, Penny Dreadful, but just maybe he will be more useful as an ally rather than an enemy…
If My Name Was Amanda by Curtis Edmonds (Children’s Book)
Follow a patriotic little girl on a rhyming alphabet journey through America! With adorable illustrations and simple rhymes, this is a wonderful addition to your preschooler’s library.
Psychic Undercover (With the Undead) by Amie Gibbons
Singers are a dime a dozen in Nashville, so despite her mama’s urging, psychic Ariana Ryder’s working her way towards a career in law enforcement at the FBI instead. But vampires aren’t the only thing that go bump in the night…
ZK:Falling (Zombie Killers Book 0) by J.F. Holmes
When his National Guard unit is overrun by the victims of the plague sweeping America, Sergeant First Class Nick Agostine struggles to keep his vow to defend against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and keep those he loves safe.
Doctor to Dragons by G. Scott Huggins
The Dark Lord’s favorite dragon is constipated. Dr. James DeGrande, veterinarian and orc-slayer, is going to have to deal with it. This one could get messy.
From Superversive Press!
A Fatal Stain (Daring Finds Book 3) by Elise Hyatt
When Dyce Dare buys a table to refinish, the last thing she expects is to find a human blood stain under the amateurish finish. Whose blood is it? What happened to the person who bled on the table?
The Heights of Perdition: A Science Fiction Romance Series (The Divine Space Pirates Book 1) by C. S. Johnson
There is nothing Aeris St. Cloud wants more than to win her father’s love and the acceptance of her family unit by joining the Military Academy at New Hope. But after she is captured by the fearsome space pirate, Captain Chainsword, Aerie is certain falling in love with her nation’s arch enemy is the last possible way to earn their coveted esteem.
Up from the Deep (In a Flash Book 1) by David L. Johnston
Six months after a catastrophic solar flare cracks the sky and bathes Earth in high radiation, the starving crew of the USS Colorado is forced to surface and send a party ashore to forage for food. A Christian post-apocalyptic military thriller.
Lion’s Share (Tales of Dunham) by Moriah Jovan
Single mother Blythe had to depend on Finn, her terrifying father-in-law, to pull her through her husband’s death. Six years, countless dinners, kids’ activities, and a successful career later, there is nothing between them but friendship and respect. Nothing at all.
First Street Church Romances: Love’s Highway (Kindle Worlds Novella) by Jane Lebak
Casey’s spent the last eight months wandering the country with a backpack and an iron-clad set of Rules of the Road. Peter’s finishing out a few months working for his father’s siding company before enlisting in the army. When they rescue a litter of puppies together, Casey finds herself just…not leaving Sweet Grove. And Peter finds himself intrigued by the most perplexing gal he’s ever met.
Rebirths: A Tale of Azuran by Frank B. Luke
When his family was killed, the prophet Derke embraced the tool of his most hated enemy, necromancy. But to get his family back, how much of himself will he lose?
A Greater Duty by Yakov Merkin
A new space opera “that builds into a fun action-packed romp filled with intriguing scenarios, high-stakes internal and external conflicts, cool technologies and powers, colourful alien races and a rich and varied galaxy.” – Ben Zwycky (editor)
The Hound of Annwn series by Karen Myers
Contemporary rural fantasy; a foxhunter in the Virginia Blue Ridge passes through a portal into a fae otherworld in the same landscape and finds himself put in charge of the Hounds of Hell. Strong elements of culture clash.
Luminous: A Noblebright Fantasy boxed set featuring ten popular fantasy authors
Dare to step into lands of myths, magic, and monsters, because there is light to be found in even the darkest of places.
Recon: A War to the Knife by Rick Partlow
Tyler Callas is the pampered heir of a high-level Corporate Council executive, groomed from birth to take a seat beside her as a member of the ruling class of the Commonwealth society. But the bloody war with the alien Tahni has hit close to home and Tyler wants to join the military, something his powerful mother would never have allowed…
Glory Boy by Rick Partlow
Caleb Mitchell gave up his family, his faith and his home to join the military and defend humanity. Now will be have to give up his military career and risk court-martial to save the world that turned its back on him?
Jackson Speed in the Rush (The Jackson Speed Memoirs Book 6) by Robert Peecher
19th Century America’s unwilling adventurer Jackson Speed, fleeing the War in Mexico, finds himself embroiled in the Ross-Watie feud in Indian Territory in 1847 before heading West to the California Gold Rush where he is bedeviled by Mexican bandito Joaquin Murrieta. Though it is Book 6 of the series, the books can be enjoyed independently of each other.
Walking on the Sea of Clouds by Gary Rinehart
Pioneering colonists struggle to overcome the unforgiving lunar environment as they work to establish the first independent, commercial colony on the “shore” of Mare Nubium, the “Sea of Clouds.”
Waypoint Magellan by LS Roebuck
Lightyears from help and trapped in the path of a lethal revolution, Amberly is forced to rely on her wits and have faith in those she loves to have any hope of surviving the conflict that threatens the lives of everyone on Waypoint Magellan.
The Boogeyman by Tom Rogneby
Martin Shelby is The BoogeyMan, a private investigator and fixer for folks who get into trouble too tough and too strange for the police. Now, he’s been handed a job that pays double, but that can only mean double the danger.
Lost Children (The Minivandians Book 3) by Tom Rogneby
Ruarin and DaddyBear continue their journey home after surviving the dark of winter in the North. Old friends are there to help them, but tragedy and mystery await them in an ancient city.
Coming Home (The Minivandians Book 5) by Tom Rogneby
Elsked, son of DaddyBear the Minivandian and Ruarin, the Lady of Eyre, ventures out into the night to learn the saga of his mother and father. An ancient storyteller exchanges tales of Elsked’s life for the story of how DaddyBear and Ruarin became the lord and lady of their manor.
Man Behind the Wheel by Steve Rzasa
50 years in the future, you do not have the right to drive. Pursuit Specialist Roman Jasko hunts those who break the law until he’s accused of aiding mobile thieves.
Valor’s Child (Valor’s Children Book 1) by Kal Spriggs
In a distant future on a faraway planet, Jiden Armstrong struggles to survive at a military academy, not knowing that the people she thought were her friends are out to get her.
The Guy Who Didn’t Know Anything: Confessions of a Liberal by Jack Suede
A satire of the politically correct hell America has become. Laugh along as a drunk college student is exposed to many life lessons — and misses most of them!
The Recognition Run by Henry Vogel
Jeanine is on the run from someone very powerful. She doesn’t know who wants her dead, or why. She only knows they have already killed her family, and if they catch her, she’s next.
Path of Angels by Dawn Witzke
Seventeen-year-old Aadi seeks something deeper than the life Nacerma offers. When her former lover, turned priest, asks her to risk her life for her faith, she accepts the meaningful quest. Mischa Llient is wanted by the Guard and needs to get out of town for a while. Will their friendship survive the quest? Will they?
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Have you written or read a great book that is conservative/libertarian-friendly? Don’t see it on the above list? Please email us a link at: fictionalliance – at – gmail – dot – com and we’ll check it out. Books need not be political or moral message fiction; we’re mainly looking for good, entertaining stories that happen to embrace things we love, like individualism, self-reliance, the importance of liberty, and so on. Sometimes these books are even written by self-proclaimed leftist authors. But whatever – a good story is a good story!