Steampunk

Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Words

Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Wordsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Nikki Woolfolk, author of The Men of Summerly When I decided to write the second installment in my Steampunk romance Sweet & Steamy series I never imagined that of the mashup, but the results caused my own heart to flutter and be swept up in the magic that only Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s […]

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Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Grey

Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Greyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Vampires in fiction can be from any time period, newly made; older than time itself, but Arthur Tudor is one of the older kind who has hidden his vampire existence from the public for many long years. While on an airship, he meets a vampire slayer to be just too good […]

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Illuminist Society Fact or Fiction?

Illuminist Society Fact or Fiction?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Wine, author of A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious Hello Everyone! My newest baby…okay, book, is ‘A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious’. It’s my first Steam Punk Romance and it was a delight to write. What’s a Steam Punk? Are you hearing the gene but a little unsure if […]

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Review: A Clockwork Fairytale by Helen Scott Taylor

Review: A Clockwork Fairytale by Helen Scott Taylorby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is book 1 in the “Sorcerers of Arco” series. We see Melba trying to escape from being captured. Master Turk appears to be a Robin Hood of sorts. Mel wants to pledge her service to him. He’s impressed by her skills but doesn’t realize that not everything is as it […]

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