But then, who isn't? Nope - I'm in the process of changing up my blog look and approach. BUT! Don't worry, all the content, links, and photos are still available right here. The blog address isn't changing. Just the look. Due to time constraints, I get to work on this piecemeal, so please excuse the … Continue reading We’re changing ….
And yet, close to most author's hearts - yes, we do have them, even those who kill off your favorite characters. What is the biggest thing to get in the way of writing? Life. That's what. For the last couple of months, that's my literal story and I'm sticking to it. The truth is, I … Continue reading A Little Off Topic …
It is with great pleasure and joy I get to announce that the Volcano Lady #4: The Lidenbrock Manifesto is available for order. You can get your copy one of three ways - hardcopy from Amazon, ebook copy from Kindle (Amazon VL#4 Link) or ... You can come visit me at Clockwork Alchemy, Memorial Day … Continue reading Volcano Lady #4 is here!
The suspense filled scenes and unique mix of history and fascinating technology used by the author give this book an upper hand in the market.
As promised to many of you, here is a little snipit from the upcoming anthology, Thirty Days Later. I have been privilaged to be included in this marvelous and, frankly, fun effort. I'll have to tell all about the meetings over tea, the big laughs, and the joyous sense of family behind this publication. Profits … Continue reading A Little Taste of 30 Days
Do you like steampunk and cliffhangers? Adventure and intrigue? Dragons and Sasquatches? Then you’ll like the forthcoming anthology Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time, featuring pairs of stories by favorite steampunk authors who have appeared at the Clockwork Alchemy steampunk convention! Thinking Ink Press is proud to announce we will publish Thirty … Continue reading Thirty Days Later is Coming!
Just for fun, the opening salvo to the Volcano Lady #4: The Lidenbrock Manifesto. Enjoy - comment - percolate. ... She’s dead. Defying her proper place, defying him, defying the new God. She got what she deserved. The great Letticia Gantry is dead. For a brief moment, he felt sad – or was it disappointment … Continue reading The Lidenbrock Manifesto