Please VOTE to give “Healing Our World” a prestigious “Readers’ Choice” Award!

We have a chance to get a popular libertarian primer in front of librarians, book stores, and readers who might not otherwise pick it up—right before the elections!  My book, Healing Our World: The Compassion of Libertarianism, is a finalist in two separate categories for the prestigious Foreword Reviews “Book of the Year Award.”

More importantly, because it is a finalist, YOU have a chance to vote for it as a “Readers’ Choice.”  If Healing gets enough votes, Foreword Reviews will promote it to bookstores, libraries, and other book buyers in the next few months. Imagine voters, frustrated with the presidential candidates of the two mainstream parties, searching for an alternative. We can help them discover how liberty can enrich the poor, protect the environment, deter crime, defuse terrorism, and much, much more!


You don’t have to buy anything to make this happen, pledge money, or even invest a lot of time.  All you need to do is go to this link, scroll to the bottom of the page, and put #INDIEFABFAV in the comment section.  You can add why you are voting for the book, and even post it to your Facebook page by checking the box right below the comment section. That way, you can encourage all your Facebook fans to vote with you!  ForewordReviews uses your Facebook sign in to validate your vote.

If you don’t have a Facebook account, you can create one at or you can create an account at, sign in, and then navigate to the link above. Yes, it’s a bit of extra work, but having a libertarian book promoted to the American voters just before the election is a big payoff for us.

Won’t you please take a moment right now and cast your vote?  And thank you, for all that YOU do, to make the world a better place!



  1. I read it many years ago so please if you have not read it, you should.

  2. This book is a gem, a clear and straightforward argument for just why “honesty is the best policy,” “live and let live,” and all the things you thought were true but could never quite explain why you thought so.

    Gives non-philosophers access to some of the deep thinkers of humanity and why they arrived at the conclusion, “all men are brothers – all men are born free.”

  3. Liz Fish says:

    This book helped me clarify and expand ideas that had been growing since early school days. Very accessible and thorough. I recommend this book to anyone.

  4. Both my son and I have read the book and we both got a lot of information and stellar talking points from the book.

    For any libertarian or anyone concerned about freedom, prosperity, and the preservation of a civil society, it’s a must read.

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