CLFA Awards finalists

Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance Awards ought to have a catchier title.
Prometheus” is already taken. They should call themselves the “Atlas” or “Titans” or something.

The 2018 list includes only one book I’ve actually read:

 A Rambling Wreck: Book 2 of the Hidden Truth – Hans G. Schnoz
…Schnoz? Really?

The Last Closet: The Dark Side of Avalon – Moira Greyland
OUCH.

For Steam and Country: Book One of the Adventures of Baron Von Monocle – Jon Del Arroz
I genuinely wonder, having read only one of these books, if Del Arroz is on this list because of his politics and the resultant bruhaha, or because of quality. In any case, steampunk, ugh.

Minds of Men (The Psyche of War Book 1) – Kacey Ezell
This looks like a vaguely “oh, huh” idea: a female psychic assigned to a bomber crew–in WW2.
…huh.

The Awful Truth About Forgetting (Books of Unexpected Enlightenment Book 4)  – L. Jagi Lamplighter
Read it, loved it slightly less than the other books (angst…), but it’s pretty damn good. Review here.

The Golden Horde (The Revelations Cycle Book 4)- Chris Kennedy
Ehh, convince me.

A Fistful of Credits: Stories from the Four Horsemen Universe (The Revelations Cycle Book 5) – edited by Chris Kennedy & Mark Wandrey

Daughter of Danger: The Dark Avenger’s Sidekick Book 1 (Moth & Cobweb 4) – John C. Wright
Wright’s stuff is generally excellent. I’m waiting for the omnibus of his Moth & Cobweb books before diving into them, however. Or…(checks) nope, not at the library.

Escaping Infinity – Richard Paolinelli
That’s a nice SFish title.

Torchship Captain – Karl K. Gallagher
Ehh.

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