Hi everybody. I joined The Steampunk Writers and Artists Guild today. It's great to meet fellow steampunk enthusiasts and writers. I'm a steampunk author from Southern California. My book series is The Post-Apocalyptic Society and I released the first installment this year. For now, it's only available on Amazon.com and Kindle. It started out as a writing experiment and then I completely fell in love with the genre. I'm definitely open minded to new friendships and networking. This looks like a professional website, so I'm sure it's going to be a good experience. Have a good evening and I'll be in touch.

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Hi Stephanie,

I just signed up for SWAG myself. It sounds like you and I write in a very similar genre. What's the name of your book?

Cheers,

CT Hutt

The full title is The Post-Apocalyptic Society: A Nelson and Hyde Revolution. It's the first book in a series. My book series is a combination of steampunk, post-apocalyptic, and dystopia. There's a lot of action and some humor. My book is available on Amazon and Kindle. Nice meeting you and welcome aboard. I wanted to meet other steampunk writers here. Are you currently writing a book series or selling one?

-Stephanie

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