Libertycon-related “indie” book sale includes pro-liberty sf, some Best Novel finalists

If you’re a fan of science fiction and fantasy and appreciate a bargain, you’ll want to check out the  just-opened book sale by a group of indie authors – including a current Prometheus Best Novel finalist.

But hurry! There’s a deadline….

The book sale runs through June 21, in coordination with the Libertycon science fiction convention, and includes discounts on published novels and books by many libertarian and pro-freedom authors.

Frequent Best Novel finalist Karl K. Gallagher is among the participating authors.

Gallagher has placed e-books of both of his 2022 Best Novel finalists – Between Home and Ruin and Seize What’s Held Dear.

Each novel in Gallagher’s ongoing Fall of the Censor series is on sale at two-thirds off the regular e-book price.

In other words, you can get either book for just 99 cents each, rather than the normal $2.99.

Here is a description of the sale, and a list of participating authors, posted at AEtherCzar, the website of Hans G. Schantz.

“These titles have not appeared in previous sales: a great place to start looking for some fresh reads.

Offerings include titles from Jonathan P. Brazee, Barry Scott Will, Declan Finn, Christopher Nuttall, Noble Red, Hawkings Austin, Todd Fahnestock, J.P. Mac, Mark Wandery, P.A. Piatt, Jon R. Osborne, Karl K. Gallagher, Laura Montgomery, J. M. Anjewierden, Thomas Sewell, James Alderdice, Jonathan Shuerger, Fenton Wood, Kit Sun Cheah, Denton Salle, T.J. Marquis, Neovictorian, Rick Partlow, Brian P. McCoppin, Kia Heavey, Henry Vogel, John M. Olsen, David Skinner, Moe Lane, Joseph L. Kellogg, Christopher Meyer, Becky R. Jones, Buzz Parcher, David J. West, Stephen West, C.S. Johnson, Thomas Torrington, Paul Hair, J.D. Cowan, and Trevor R. Denning.”

Plus, Terror House Press is offering more than 30 e-books, from fantasy and science fiction to poetry, literary nonfiction and other genres.

All titles are either 99 cents or free. (Prices are set by the authors, so confirm before you buy.)

To check out the Libertycon-related ebook sale, click here.a

* Prometheus winners: For the list of Prometheus winners, finalists and nominees – for the annual Best Novel and Best Classic Fiction (Hall of Fame) categories and occasional Special Awards – visit the enhanced Prometheus Awards page on the LFS website, which now includes convenient links to the full set of published appreciation-reviews of past winners.

* Read “The Libertarian History of Science Fiction,” an essay in the international magazine Quillette that favorably highlights the Prometheus Awards, the Libertarian Futurist Society and the significant element of libertarian sf/fantasy in the evolution of the modern genre.


Join us! To help sustain the Prometheus Awards, join the Libertarian Futurist Society (LFS), a non-profit all-volunteer association of freedom-loving sf/fantasy fans.

Libertarian futurists believe that culture matters! We understand that the arts and literature can be vital, and in some ways even more powerful than politics in the long run, by sparking innovation, better ideas, positive social change, and mutual respect for each other’s rights and differences.

Through recognizing the literature of liberty and the many different but complementary visions of a free future via the Prometheus Awards, the LFS hopes to help spread better visions of the future that help humanity overcome tyranny, slavery and war and achieve universal liberty and human rights and a better world (perhaps eventually, worlds) for all.


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Michael Grossberg

Michael Grossberg, who founded the LFS in 1982 to help sustain the Prometheus Awards, has been an arts critic, speaker and award-winning journalist for five decades. Michael has won Ohio SPJ awards for Best Critic in Ohio and Best Arts Reporting (seven times). He's written for Reason, Libertarian Review and Backstage weekly; helped lead the American Theatre Critics Association for two decades; and has contributed to six books, including critical essays for the annual Best Plays Theatre Yearbook and an afterword for J. Neil Schulman's novel The Rainbow Cadenza. Among books he recommends from a libertarian-futurist perspective: Matt Ridley's The Rational Optimist & How Innovation Works, David Boaz's The Libertarian Mind and Steven Pinker's Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism and Progress.

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