First Novel: Irons in the Fire is Published!

  And so it begins. I've dipped my toes into the world of indie publishing, but now it's time to take the plunge. Irons in the Fire is a steampunk fantasy filled with mystery, murder, magic, and revolution. It is the first novel in the Chronicles of Talis and now available for a limited launch price of... Continue Reading →

The Eterna Files by Leanna Renee Hieber

Leanna Renee Hieber's The Eterna Files is an alternate history fantasy set at the end of the 19th Century. Following her husband's assassination, Mary Todd Lincoln created a secret branch of government tasked with finding immortality. Almost twenty years later, the eclectic group of scientists, spiritualists, and mediums made a breakthrough—the so-called 'Eterna Compound,' but... Continue Reading →

The Sunken by S.C. Green

 S.C. Green's The Sunken is a steampunk-infused alternate history novel populated by metal men, dinosaurs, cannibals, dystopia, and a sprinkling of history. It makes for a fun filled romp that mixes and matches history and genre with infectious abandon and gleeful confidence. Set in an 1830s London very different from our own, it follows four young... Continue Reading →

Cosmocopia by Paul Di Filippo

Cosmocopia is a strange twisting journey through Paul Di Filippo's fertile imagination. Originally published as a limited edition novella, Cosmocopia follows Frank Lazorg, an aging fantasy illustrator and painter who is recovering from a stroke and has lost the will and energy to paint. A mysterious package filled with a vibrant new paint and drug,... Continue Reading →

The Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero

The Supernatural Enhancements is a ghost story, a paranormal mystery, and a treasure hunt. Cantero weaves his narrative out of journal entries, letters, notes, video footage, audio recordings, psychiatrist reports, and excerpts from books on ghosts and cryptology. This style is not for everyone, and can be initially distracting, but Cantero makes good use of... Continue Reading →

The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy by Jacopo della Quercia

The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy: A Novel is a globetrotting, historical, steampunk extravaganza that transverses continents and straddles two centuries. Jacopo della Quercia has constructed a good old-fashioned adventure story out of detailed historical research complete with footnotes and a giddy sense of fun. President William Howard Taft and Robert Todd Lincoln find... Continue Reading →

Jani and the Greater Game by Eric Brown

  Jani and the Greater Game is a good old-fashioned adventure story set in turn-of-the-century India, but it isn't quite the world we know. Jani Chaterjee is a young woman, half Indian, half British, who finds herself in possession of an object that could change the world forever, and reveal the dark secret at the... Continue Reading →

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