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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Dean Jan 4, 2012. 1 Reply

I've built a website and worked closely with an artist to create, I believe, an enjoyable reading experience. It seems to me that with e formats there is an opportunity for a much more lavish…Continue

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Started Jul 21, 2011 0 Replies

I wasn't entirely sure I belonged here, but Lia reviewed my website and assured me I would fit in. Having spent some time looking around, I would say perhaps I'm on the edge; more historical…Continue

 

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Ray Dean replied to Robert Fleming's discussion e Pubs and Websites
"Sorry... I just found this post... I agree with the idea... tons of talented people out there... I just worry about format... if somone has a regular ereader without all the color and bells and whistles.. will that call for a differnt version? btw -…"
Jan 4, 2012
Robert Fleming commented on dave bartram's blog post now it's serious
"You're welcome, Claire, there is lots to explore on that site. I feel the truly elegant language disappeared with the Regency and Romantic periods, and it was only a revival from the 18th century after the Napoleonic Wars. Anyway, early…"
Aug 26, 2011
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"Thanks for posting this Lia. Very interesting."
Aug 26, 2011
Robert Fleming commented on dave bartram's blog post now it's serious
"Well, there are no rules. People enjoy light-hearted stories. Every genre has a full spectrum; dark to light. Writers are free to explore an era however they like, and create an alternative world if they so desire. Some folks like historically…"
Aug 25, 2011
Robert Fleming commented on dave bartram's blog post now it's serious
"Here's a drawing my illustrator did for Kate Tattersall Adventure: Ireland. The circumstances and effects of the great potato famine figure largely in this tale. Kate, coming from wealth and privilege, is completely confused and outraged when…"
Aug 24, 2011
Robert Fleming commented on dave bartram's blog post now it's serious
"Lee Jackson has a fantastic site  http://www.victorianlondon.org/  which will help anyone trying to learn about Victorian era London. His chapter on crime is extensive, dark, and horrific. I read Oliver Twist and Bleak House years ago, and…"
Aug 24, 2011
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http://www.katetattersall.com
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http://Kate Tattersall Adventures
Introduce yourself!
Hi, I'm a retired soldier with a long history of relating vivid tales of high adventure.
What do you hope to find at The Steampunk Writers & Artists Guild?
A network of like-minded writers. Perhaps an opportunity to create a vast website housing hundreds of stories for readers to enjoy?
How did you hear about us?
A friend suggested I look at this website.

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At 7:00pm on July 20, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
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