Mike Perschon (AKA the Steampunk Scholar) reviewed the short story collection Ether Frolics a couple of days ago:
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Are these neighbors or concentric circles, with steampunk in the bulls-eye?
First and foremost of the above I am a science fiction fan and writer. It wasn't until a conversation with a friend acquainted me with the term, steampunk, that I realized my first novel might fit within the genre. Since then I've thoroughly enjoyed …Continue
Free for two days only 8/15 - 8/16 The Adventures of Phineas Frakture on Kindle!
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Available on amazon kindle.
In an alternate steamfunk Haiti, at the height of General Toussaint's revolution, two lovers separated by class and a young woman whose love is forbidden, are thrust into war, sorcery and a quest for liberation on their own terms. . .
On the island of Saint-Domingue, in the dead of night, thousands of slaves crept silently along the path through the trees and wiry brush to Bois Caïman. In the clearing the Houngan Dutty Boukman, a…Continue
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If you can tolerate magic, dimensional beings, aliens, and some high tech with your tea and steam, you may like it.My first novelContinue
When I first started writing, I mean seriously writing, steam punk grabbed a hold of me. When I began the novel, my intention was to make it steam punk through and through, but the science fiction and fantasy nerd came out in me. Though it is a speculative fiction that may not appeal to all steam punks, I thoroughly enjoyed writing it and hope you enjoy reading it. https://www.facebook.com/AethernaughtChronicles
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