Enjoy this second edition of The Aether Chronicle, I hope to be publishing the third new edition soon!
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So, we all know how hard it is to find a good villain. My problem is, I have too many. The current story has an Atlantis with a twist story...and the search for a earth shattering super weapon, but what I want to know is, which seems more appropriate, a Master or disguise type villain with a mechanical henchman, bent on world domination of course, or the head of a mercenary group, looking to hold the world ransom. Thoughts?
How hard would it be to cast a crew of five into space in the year 1881? Given technology of the day; impossible. But that’s where questions beget questions and answers breathe life into an adventure.
I grew up, thrilled by science fiction. It offered hope (in the case of Star Trek) or a warning (in most episodes of The Twilight Zone) and an exciting alternative for me, a solitary child with a mild case of Asperger’s…
Greetings all, with many happy returns of the day. I am a science writer who has recently been drawn into the wonderful world of Steampunk. I have spoken with a number of friends experimenting with Steampunk, and they say that the genre is actually undefinable--a bit fantasy, sci-fi meets history, alternate timelines dealing with social issues. For the most part, I get it, but I am having a devil of a time trying to decide on appropriate story scenarios to open my series of YA novels…Continue
I am a new member of S.W.A.G. and I hope everyone enjoys the first edition of the first ever (that I know of) Steampunk Newspaper, called The Aether Chronicle. If anyone would like to be included, as a feature story or perhaps would like to advertise with us, then please don't hesitate to send me a message!
I hope you enjoy reading The Aether Chronicle as much as I enjoyed publishing it!…Continue
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