You’re in the midst of an explosion in libertarian fiction, right now. After a decade without libertarian science fiction anthologies, we’ve actually got three new ones in the space of a couple years. And that’s just the beginning. With that in mind, you have 27 works of libertarian fiction from 11 authors on sale today only for 99¢ each.
I’m writing a book about how to get more liberty now in your own life. Please check out the early outline and tell me what I’m missing.
Before we can create the future, we must imagine it. That’s why I’ve spent most of time over the last three years writing science fiction where underdog characters fight overwhelming forces to forge a better future for themselves. Do you enjoy reading science fiction? Do you like stories with libertarian themes? Do you like strong, moral characters fighting for the right thing?
My latest Twitter Tale. Ian: “Me!” Brad: “No. Me.” Marika sauntered in, chatted up a girl. Ian offered her a beer and a smile. Brad joked, she blushed, they talked. # Ian spilled beer on Brad’s famous shirt. “Sorry!” he giggled. Ian joked and Marika laughed, touching him. Brad dropped ice down Ian’s shirt. # […]
My concept of a “twitter tale” is a three-part story, each part being a twit of exactly 140 characters, that includes an inciting incident, an event that pushes the character to the ending, and a twist ending. Here’s my first one. (i.e., don’t expect too much yet.) The Fish Mike saw the sunken dock. A […]
Planning a novel is hard. The more I work on planning my novel, the more I realize how complex and meaningful a complete work of fiction is. It’s intimidating. But I will finish this project. The consequences for my self-esteem of not finishing are too great. Here are some of the building blocks of my […]
A few days ago I described my plan for writing a novel in 2008. I’m now in the planning phase of the novel, which is tentatively titled “Lando Cruz“. I’m working on my back-cover blurb first in order to bring the foundation of the story into focus. Here’s what I have so far. Landon Cruz […]
I’ve wanted to write a novel for at least 20 years now. I’ve had a lot of false starts. First, I thought I had to read a lot in order to write good fiction, so I read Kafka, Hemingway, Bukowsky, Asimov, Rand, Bradbury, Heinlein and a ton of those cheap paperbacks that you can read […]