Freedom Forge Press is a small publisher seeking to publish high-quality fiction and non-fiction that promotes the themes of freedom, independence, and the spirit of the individual. We are a nonpartisan organization seeking to promote the idea of freedom and limited government to a readership that embraces and defends freedom as a birthright.
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VAL MULLER – Editor
Val Muller is the author of numerous novels and short stories, including the Corgi Capers mystery series for young detectives. She is a freelance editor, a member of the Round Hill Writers Group, and an English teacher by day. As a child, her favorite book was O. T. Nelson’s The Girl Who Owned a City. Though she didn’t realize it at the time, Val learned later that Nelson’s goal in writing the book was to translate Ayn Rand’s principles of Objectivism into terms children could understand. Val’s love of freedom existed since birth, was fostered by her parents, and continues to this day. Her favorite books include 1984, for warning of the dangers of big, manipulative governments; The Grapes of Wrath, for showing that humankind’s spirit will endure through toughest of circumstances; and The Fountainhead, which provides hope that one man standing up for his beliefs against a corrupt and impossible world can, indeed, succeed.
Eric Egger founded Freedom Forge Press as a nonpartisan outlet to celebrate freedom and the spirit of the individual. From a young age, Eric appreciated the value of knowledge and its relationship to power. As a boy, Eric made a weekly pilgrimage to the convenience store to purchase a copy of The Wall Street Journal. He spent the rest of the week poring over the articles, understanding how one person with knowledge and a vision can succeed in business and bring change to the world. Today, he sees how equally significant withholding knowledge is in keeping power. He hopes that Freedom Forge Press will facilitate the free sharing of knowledge and the celebration of all policies and governments that allow freedom and the transparent sharing of knowledge equally for all citizens.