This is the cover of the Steamfunk anthology. My story "The Path of the Ironclad bison" is featured on pages 119-195. The anthology focuses on the steam genre from culturally and ethnically diverse points of view.
"Thanks and well met, Sir Tyler. Agreed, it is a feeling like no other. To have someone say, "we like your work," and me knowing what a labor of love it is just to write the story, let alone get it published. I very much…"
I decided to time this post with tonight's episode of Sounds of Steam, because it is relevant. Next month, I am attending my first convention. I'm excited - I've been wanting to attend anime, manga, and/or comic conventions since 2000, and steampunk conventions since 2010. Now, I have been to many various, large public events, and I am a very extroverted person. Socializing is fun for me. Alas, it is not so fun for us when we encounter certain…See More
Hi thereAs you may or may not know, I've been dabbling at writing for a few years now. Well, as John Wayne (possibly) once (could have) said: "I'm done dabbling".I've written a book, or at least a first draft of one, and now I'm looking to build a team who can help me get it refined, developed and published. The working title of the book is The Infernal Aether and it's a fantasy / sci-fi book set in Victorian times. The first draft is up on Wattpad.com and has been getting some pretty good…See More
I always enjoy new books. How about you? It's nice when I can purchase them from my wishlist on Amazon and add them to my already groaning-beneath-the-weight-of-books bookshelves, but sometimes I must be frugal and visit the library as well. As a side note, I must say I am very grateful for our local library. When we returned to the U.S. in June (after living in England for 2 years), we chose to live in a very small town. When I say very small, I mean less than 10,000 people. There's closer to…See More