"While there are certainly many superb libertarian/voluntaryist anthologies in publication, both past and present, most tend to be unitopical in nature. This is why Everything Voluntary, from editor Skyler J. Collins, is not only instantly distinguishable, but perhaps of broader utilitarian value in terms of outreach." - Alex R. Knight, III, Strike-The-Root.com, read the full review @ strike-the-root.com/everything-voluntary-book-review-5
From the Author
When I set out to put together a book on these topics, a voluntaryist primer, I soon questioned my approach. I thought, "Why reinvent the wheel?" I had already discovered so many gems on my journey these last 7 years; why not just put them all together under different sections, introducing the reader to the voluntaryist argument? Others have said it better than I could, anyway. Other books on voluntaryism focused on politics, the market, and homeschooling in general. I wanted this one to focus more on the parent/child relationship and on childhood development, where I believe liberty will be saved, within our families. (It came out to about half dealing with the outside world and half in the home.)
That became the plan, as did self-publishing my book. I wanted complete control over the content. As far as that's concerned, this is a bit of an experiment. I've never self-published a book before, nor have I ever edited, formatted, typeset, or marketed one. Now I have. It's been incredibly fun, and I've got plans for more!