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Cosmo Starlight is a humanist and naturalist who began a writing career after conceiving "Church, the Television Show." The original web series depicts Noodle Church leading up to his incarceration and it’s currently available free for online reading devices. Starlight’s debut novel "Freedom Incorporated" contrasts freedom versus power. The writer’s lens is the dichotomy of positive and negative forces; in all, themes of Starlight’s work include economics, political organization, metaphysics, and alternative history. The author’s subjects are governments, markets, community-networks, the people and more.
The novel "Freedom Afrika" is Starlight’s sequel narrative to "Freedom Incorporated." Titled after that continent bearing its namesake renowned for freedom, adventure, and their associated dangers, "Freedom Afrika" details protagonist Noodle Church’s life after his escape from Freedom Incorporated’s solitary confinement ward.
Cosmo Starlight believes societies united in opposition to weaponized conflict shine as beacons of freedom to lead the world, and this author suggests forging mechanisms into bedrock societies are built-on to preserve justice well in advance of discord. Cosmo Starlight resides in remote terrain. He pops up once per year to publish a book and when he’s not writing Cosmo absorbs basic human values by forging relationships with culturally significant societies that predate centuries of Western history. The author’s objective is to discover universal truth; Cosmo Starlight hopes that truth will unite the world as one.