Liberty is a difficult concept to explain. It’s a slippery term that means different things to different people. It’s easy to stamp on, but to those who cherish it, it’s impossible to stamp out. It’s a thing that must be exercised, and for that reason, anthologies like Freedom’s Light are important.
From the members and associates of the Conservative-Libertarian Fiction Alliance (CLFA) comes Freedom’s Light, a collection of short fiction that celebrates the human yearning for liberty. These stories will extol the value of human rights and the sacrifices of those who defend those rights. This collection features works from a wide variety of genres and a diverse set of authors, including Hugo Award nominee Brad R. Torgersen and 2016 Dragon Award winner Nick Cole. Freedom’s Light will entertain us and elevate the humanity we all share.
Freedom’s Light is an anthology of short fiction by members of the CLFA. Within its pages, you’ll find works by Brad Torgerson, Nick Cole, and many other talented writers. You’ll also a story by the hack who writes the DaddyBear’s Den blog.
I’ve read the book, and I’m honored to have my short story “Victory Garden” included with the stories by the other authors. I’m proud of my own work, but it pales in comparison to the connection the other authors make with the reader.
Freedom’s Light is for the reader who wishes for things to be better and for people, all people, to be more free. Proceeds from its sale will be donated to FIRE, an organization that works to support the rights of students across the nation.
If you need a good book to curl up with during a winter night, and you enjoy stories that will make you think about your freedoms and what they mean, I think you’ll like Freedom’s Light.