Voting ends at midnight today for the CLFA Book of the Year! Click here to vote! To qualify, books had to be novel length (minimum 50k words) fiction first published in the calendar year 2015. Self-published, small press and traditionally published works were all eligible, including e-book and audio formats. Books were nominated by members of the … More Last day to vote for Book of the Year!
The Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance official ballot for the 2015 Book of the Year remains open to the public through June 30, 2015. If you haven’t voted yet, now is the time! Click here to vote! Click here to read the official announcement of the 2015 contest. Click here for the list of Official Nominees! To qualify, books had to … More 5 Days left to vote!
The Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance has officially opened the ballot for the 2015 Book of the Year! To qualify, books had to be novel length (minimum 50k words) fiction first published in the calendar year 2015. Self-published, small press and traditionally published works were all eligible, including e-book and audio formats. Books were nominated by members … More Voting opens for CLFA Book of the Year
The Speculative Fiction Cantina (part of the WriteStream Radio Network) is a weekly radio program and podcast: The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, cyberpunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You’ll hear from writers … More Speculative Fiction Cantina interviews Marina Fontaine
Literary Outlaws, a website and podcast, is a project of authors Jason Anspach and Kevin G. Summers. Because they weren’t busy enough with their families, farm animals, and old-school D&D lifestyles, Jason and Kevin started the Outlaws as a way to spotlight authors who were thriving outside the “mainstream” lit culture. Guests so far have included Nick Cole, … More Meet the Literary Outlaws
Kyle Andrews’ new indie dystopian thriller, Freedom/Hate (Freedom/Hate Series, Book 1) is now available: Everything they say on the news is a lie. To question that lie is a crime. Collin Powers knows the truth. As a low ranking member of an underground movement, his job is to transport some of the most illicit materials in … More New book release: Freedom/Hate by Kyle Andrews
Jason Anspach has just released the second book in his retro Cold War noire series with a paranormal twist. Here’s a quick overview of the series thus far: ’til Death (BOOK 1; July 28, 2015) Sam Rockwell is a fledgling private investigator specializing in Returns, or, recently deceased ghosts with unfinished business. After his no-nonsense father is murdered … More Jason Anspach releases sequel to ’til Death
Members of the CLFA closed Facebook group have concluded the nominations process, and the top ten finalists for 2015 Book of the Year have been announced! They are: The Notice by Daniella Bova The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher Son of the Black Sword by Larry Correia Honor at Stake by Declan … More Nominees announced for CLFA 2015 Book of the Year
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I am a cat person. Even so, I appreciate and enjoy dogs, and I love heroic adventure starring animals of all sorts. Kilgore has taken everything doggie and lovable about dogs and set it against a bizarre, apocalyptic event that destroys almost the entire human population of earth. Dogs have been man’s best friend and … More Dog lovers rejoice! A review of Lost Dogs by Kenton Kilgore