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Looking for a Few Good Blogs...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ray Dean Sep 26, 2012. 2 Replies

Does anyone run/know of a blog that would be willing to host something in our blog tour/hop leading up to the release of Shanghai Steam?Probably a blog focused on fiction, alt. history, steampunk,…Continue

 

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Aloha from the Sandwich Islands... Stranded on this island until my airship docks down at the pier, I will endeavor to survive the desolation with my muse at my side... (chained though she may be) she has been known to be helpful in a pinch. *ahem* once in a while.
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Inspiration and the wonderful support of fellow authors who enjoy the same genre that I do.. :D and maybe a little helpful cheering when I need it :D
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SimCity Social goes Steampunk!

Posted on September 27, 2012 at 2:18am 0 Comments

If you’re on Facebook and if you’re looking for a Steampunk themed game, there’s alwaysBlackwood & Bell for Missing Item games, but now SimCity Social has included some Steampunk themed missions into it’s popular City Building Game.

Lord…

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Shanghai Steam - Announcement!

Posted on August 16, 2012 at 6:33pm 0 Comments

Shanghai Steam…

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The Sinking of the USS Monitor

Posted on July 9, 2011 at 8:00am 0 Comments

The Monitor, the Union's entry into the Civil War arms race.

An eye-witness account of the events on December 29, 1862, tells of the harrowing efforts in the middle of a storm. Just nine months after her epic battle with the Merrimac, the Monitor left port in tow after the Rhode Island.

Favorable weather turned to foul near…

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Jenny Lind - Victorian Personage

Posted on July 5, 2011 at 11:11am 0 Comments



Swedish soprano, Jenny Lind, was a sensation in America. When tickets to her concerts and appearances were sold there were stories of ungentlemanly scuffles and upset. In 1850, when she arrived in New York on the ship 'The Atlantic,' there was an estimated 30,000+ in the crowd on the pier. The ensuing crush of the crowd included bruises and blood.

She greeted…

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Comment Wall (56 comments)

At 9:07am on April 26, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
Aloha, Miss Raye, and welcome to the Guild.
At 4:33pm on April 26, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
HEllo Miss Raye, and welcome! Nice to have you SWAGGING.
At 6:40pm on April 26, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
It is quite the place. I have enjoyed the dialogue tremendously. It looks from your profile pic that you may be into the more Western style steampunk... That's my personal favorite anywho.
At 9:11am on April 27, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
Dustpunk? Never heard that one. I'm working on a series of dieselpunk westerns at the moment - Mexican revolution/WWI sort of time period. I'll have to look into the dustpunk thing. What sort of stuff are you working on?
At 10:52am on May 5, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
I am to the stage of looking for some beta readers for my novel coming out this summer. It is a weird western, dieselpunk so I thought you might be interested. What I really need is very honest feedback on whether it is ready for publication or not and what still needs to be tweaked. I posted more in a forum: http://steampunkwriters.ning.com/forum/topics/need-beta-readers-for
At 4:22pm on May 7, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
No worries. I thought you were a weird west fan. The book is more west and less weird. If you are looking for a read that would be great, but I don't want you to feel obligated. I would probably be jumping back in for the rewrite in a couple of weeks, so I would need notes by then. You can email me at hachebrown(at)gmail.com if you want me to send it to you. Let me know if you want a pdf or an epub.
At 10:11am on June 4, 2011, David Mark Brown said…
I am halfway through another rewrite using Beta feedback. I'll try to get you a file today of the first half and send it off to you. I would love some feedback on the current form. I am really hoping that it works well now. Then I'll just ship it out to a proof editor and be ready to go.
I'll send you the first half in a .pdf. and then I should have the second half ready by the end of this next week. If you want .epub let me know, but most people have been wanting .pdf. Thanks!
At 11:36am on June 4, 2011, Ray Dean said…
pdf is great :D
At 7:20am on June 14, 2011, Lia Habel said…
Thanks so much! Nice to meet you!
At 7:29pm on June 14, 2011, Lia Keyes said…
That would be a wonderful post for the blog! Thank you. If you leave the ones that got added today there for a day or two and then add yours, that would be perfect. Just click on the Blog tab in the menu bar at the top of the page and follow instructions. It comes to me for approval and then it appears on the front page. Cheers!

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