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Wattpad: a new approach to writing and reading.

Hi, just thought I'd drop in and say hello. My name's Gavin and I'm on the lookout for SF and Fantasy writers, particularly in things like…

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Wattpad: a new approach to writing and reading.

Hi, just thought I'd drop in and say hello. My name's Gavin and I'm on the lookout for SF and Fantasy writers, particularly in things like…

Started by Gavin Wilson

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Reply by NEB Inskip

Marketing Tools

   As most of you know, I have recently self-published.  This seems to be becoming a mainstream event, and I thought I might open a forum f…

Started by Blimprider

3 Apr 11
Reply by Mark Lingane

Writer's Remorse

   Good morning, all! I'm supposed to be adding to the next Beyond the Rails installment right now, but I'm not feeling it. I've learned lo…

Started by Blimprider

2 Dec 8, 2013
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Goodreads Giveaway for Chasing the Star Garden

Hi friends, Just wanted to let you know that I am offering a giveaway of signed copies of Chasing the Star Garden, the first novel in my ne…

Started by Melanie Karsak

0 Nov 23, 2013

Steampunk Book Cross Promotion

I'm looking for writers who have a book out in steampunk to do a cross-promotion for December.  If you've held them before, I could use an…

Started by Jim Musgrave

0 Nov 23, 2013

Pat O'Malley Gets Steampunk'd

If you wish, you can read an advance copy of Steam City Pirates that's now up at NetGalley.  Any feedback or (gasp!) reviews are appreciate…

Started by Jim Musgrave

0 Nov 14, 2013

How to commission an illustration

One of the artists I follow put together a pamphlet with some helpful hints and industry guidelines. Thought it might be useful for self-pu…

Started by Christopher Paul

0 Oct 18, 2013

Marketing

Hi, everyone!I had a big question. How do you market your books? I've just got my first full length steampunk novel done and I want to put…

Started by Deb Dalton

6 Aug 31, 2013
Reply by Winfield H. Strock III

Question? Writing a story via blogging, Good idea or bad?

I am working on writing a steampunk story, and was thinking of writing it via blog... what do all of you think?  I dont ask for $ for my st…

Started by M. Morria Nickles

10 Aug 23, 2013
Reply by M. Morria Nickles

What did you do to promote your writing before you were published?

I'm currently writing a Steampunk Adventure novel, and I'm hoping to build up an audience while I write.  Basically, I'm wondering what you…

Started by S.C. Barrus

4 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by Darke Conteur

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NEB Inskip replied to Gavin Wilson's discussion Wattpad: a new approach to writing and reading.
"Hi Gavin, Thanks for the invitation, I have posted a few steampunk stories on Wattpad, under 'Armitage' (my steampunk alter ego) the more exposure the better. Hope all goes well for you. NEB Inskip"
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Real Rules for Airships - The Canadian Version

It seems that airships might once again grace the skies of Canada, not just as novelties but as working aircraft. They are becoming an attractive option for mining companies and other industries that operate in remote areas of the country. Because of this, our government has drafted regulations regarding the construction of these vehicles. So, for those of you who need a little reference for your world building, here is a real world example of airship regulations:…See More
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