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Get a free collection of stories from our own +Mike DiBaggio while you can.
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Like War of the Worlds, steampunk, & superheroes?

Our own +Mike DiBaggio  has made his book Population of Loss free on Kindle for a limited time.

Get it while you can.

+Ascension Epoch 

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Captain America on preventive war: "Every time someone tries to win a war before it starts, innocent people die. Every time."
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Join +Mike DiBaggio and +Shell DiBaggio tonight on +Liberty.me for a live discussion of their story House of Refuge.
Join Mike DiBaggio and his wife, Shell (the illustrator), for a discussion of House of Refuge Wednesday, September 24th at 9pm EDT only on Liberty.me LIVE!
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+Lucy Steigerwald and +Jeffrey Tucker  discuss Young Adult Fiction and Our World

Young Adult Fiction and Our World
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NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER

Red, Book 2 of the urban fantasy series Josephine, by Catherine Winters

Official release date: September 15, 2014.

http://libertarianfictionauthors.com/sm/recommends/red

BOOK DESCRIPTION

Seven months ago, Josephine Berendt was a woman with a promising career, an inert social life, and no idea the vampires she wrote about were real. Now she's a rich and influential vampire who's reluctant to let go of her former life.

However, consorting with the likes of Grant Black and thwarting her enemies' well-laid plans won't give her the life she desires, either. While the ruling class tries to shore up its crumbling empire, Josephine must appease the grumbling masses and pay for the sins of her sire. And if that weren't enough, she soon realizes that her foes have not yet fully played their hand.

Amid worry for Max Spencer, fighting her love for Grant Black, and the pomp and circumstance of an Imperial covenmistress ceremony, Josephine has to unravel the opposition's plans and keep her coven safe — all while watching her own back and working to discover the limits of her power.

In RED, the stakes are higher, the games more dangerous, and Josephine's position ever more precarious. Will she unravel the twisted web before it's too late? Or will she fail her coven, her lover — and herself?

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BUY Book 1 of the series, Black, and get caught up before Red is released:

http://libertarianfictionauthors.com/sm/recommends/black

Catherine Winters is a supporting member of the Libertarian Fiction Authors Association.

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Meet new member Craig Seymour.

Craig's time travel novel, Time Skip, asks "If you had it all to do over again the question isn't just would you, but could you?"

Follow the link below to check out his profile page and get his book.

http://libertarianfictionauthors.com/cls

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Time Skip is a twist on the usual time travel tale. Our protagonist doesn't exactly travel through time, he skips back in it.

Curtis Lovelle was a middle aged man with a happy life. He had a good marriage and little boy who was the light of his life. When asked by a coworker, “If you could do things over again, would you do anything different?” Curtis was sure he would not. But when he woke up in his parent’s house, eighteen years in the past, he would find out how just how impossible it could be to recreate the past.

Curtis begins again as a sixteen year old, trying desperately not to alter the course of his life. As he negotiates high school for the second time, he becomes keenly aware of how easily each mistake can send his life off on a new trajectory. And if that isn’t frustrating enough, he soon realizes that he is uniquely positioned to stop the mass murder of more than 3000 people seventeen years before it happens. Torn by his need to regain his life and his obligation to stop the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Curtis experiences heart breaking setbacks and incredible triumphs as he navigates his way through a life he has already lived.
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"When you tear out a man's tongue, you are not proving him a liar. You're only telling the world that you fear what he might say." — Tyrion Lannister
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"Why do so many fantasies involve young sons of widows who grow up to kill the monster, defeat the king, marry the princess and rule the kingdom happily ever after? Some point out that these stories are very old; this is true, but it’s just begging the question. A story appeals to audiences because it speaks to them emotionally. Why does this story appeal to modern audiences or ancient ones? It appeals to them because it’s a symbolic representation of the struggle for autonomy that everybody engages in. The kingdom isn’t necessarily a kingdom; it’s just a life where you get to decide what happens."

Why do you think fantasy fiction has been so popular?

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"Why do so many fantasies involve young sons of widows who grow up to kill the monster, defeat the king, marry the princess and rule the kingdom happily ever after? Some point out that these stories are very old; this is true, but it’s just begging the question. A story appeals to audiences because it speaks to them emotionally. Why does this story appeal to modern audiences or ancient ones? It appeals to them because it’s a symbolic representation of the struggle for autonomy that everybody engages in. The kingdom isn’t necessarily a kingdom; it’s just a life where you get to decide what happens."

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