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Love in Army of Brass (or Steampunk With A Side of Romance, Please)

It wasn’t so long ago that I sought an answer to the question, What exactly is Steampunk? All fingers, pistols, and parasols pointed to H.G Wells and Jules Verne as a reference point: The Time Machine, Journey to the Center … Continue reading

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Army of Brass Preview!

Army of Brass comes out on April 27th and is on pre-order now at Amazon, but why wait to get a taste of exciting steampunk adventures? For your reading pleasure, here’s an excerpt: Elaina sighed, stopping under the slanted ceiling. … Continue reading

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New Steampunk Novel: Army of Brass

Long time, no post, but now I’ve finally got something to post about. The collaborative Steampunk novel I helped write last year is coming out this month! My small contribution to the book amounts to one chapter (somewhere in the … Continue reading

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The Art of Procrastination

Last Tuesday (when I intended to post this) I had a full day to write. I did not write. Except for this, which is an after thought after not writing all day. The fact is (i.e. my excuse) is that … Continue reading

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The Zombie Cafe is almost open…

Today I finally finished my novel about the zombie apocalypse, Zombie Cafe and Other Stories. Well, almost. I’ve done final edits from feedback given to me by my friend and very good editor Sarah Hunter, run another spellcheck, and printed … Continue reading

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Long Time, No Post

Forgive me, Word Press. It has been 2 years since my last post. Life happens, time passes, and some things must fall to the wayside. My tale of woe? In brief: My mom passed away. Then my dog died. (Yes, … Continue reading

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The Bard and the bridge of the Enterprise (or Why a Scifi Nerd Loves Shakespeare)

Yesterday I announced my New Year’s resolution to read the complete works of Shakespeare in 2012. Two points to clear up about that: what Shakespeare has to do with my science/science fiction/fantasy nerdiness and the story of what lead to … Continue reading

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