sales data

Before I finished writing The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism, I wondered how many copies I should expect to sell. I didn’t find much data to help me level-set, so I thought it might be useful to others if I published my own data. The upshot is that I sold about 1,000 copies in the first year,Continue reading “sales data”

working with Michael Malice

In an earlier post I mentioned a number of people who helped create the Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism. Conspicuously absent was Michael Malice, who mentored me through the writing and publishing process. He is getting his own post because I thought people would enjoy a little more detail about what it was like working with him.Continue reading “working with Michael Malice”

writing timeline for The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism

As a software engineer, I use a program called git to track the changes I make to source code files. So, when I started writing The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism, it seemed natural to use git to track changes to the book as I went along. I am glad that I did, because now I canContinue reading “writing timeline for The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism”

Honoring Ron Paul podcast

Dr. Howard Grattan invited me to be on the Honoring Ron Paul podcast this week to discuss The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism, Ron Paul, and the connection between the two. It was great reminiscing about Ron Paul’s presidential campaigns, the good times we had promoting libertarianism, and the friends we made along the way. Click theContinue reading “Honoring Ron Paul podcast”

The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism audio book

I am excited to announce that The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism is now available as an audio book on Audible. I had considered narrating the audio book myself. I even recorded the first few chapters. After listening to my recordings, though, I decided to find a professional. I’m glad that I did. Madeleine Brolly produced theContinue reading “The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism audio book”

The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism

Today, I’m releasing a new book called The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism. It explains what libertarianism is and how to use it to solve ethical problems. It is different from most books on libertarianism, though. First, it is narrative non-fiction. It weaves the ethical theory into a story for a little flavor. If you prefer dryContinue reading “The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism”