steampunk

Seven Questions with Mollie E. Reeder

Hello everyone! We are excited to have steampunk author Mollie E. Reeder with us! Here’s a little about Mollie: her first job was with a major theme park where she operated a roller coaster, fixed parade floats, and helped Scooby-Doo put on his head. Now, she’s a movie producer and the author of character-driven science fiction/fantasy novels for adults who never …

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Interview with J.C. Morrows

Today we have fantasy author J.C. Morrows with us. J.C. Morrows is the author of the best-selling YA dystopian series Order of the MoonStone and the new Frozen World series—a post-apocalyptic with a dystopian edge. J.C. spends her days writing, arguing with her evil computer, juggling two kids, and wishing someone would invent a coffee IV (don’t we all!). Please join me in welcoming J.C. …

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A Short Talk with Steve Rzasa

Today we have Steve Rzasa with us. We’ve interviewed Steve before (you can find his original interview here), but we thought we would visit with Steve again and see what’s been happening besides a new book coming out, new covers, and life in general as a multi-published author. Please welcome Steve Rzasa!   1) You’re a multi-book published author now. …

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What is Steampunk?

What is steampunk? I’ve been asked this question a lot lately since my latest novel, Tainted, released last month. To make it easy, I condensed the definition down to this: steampunk is a fusion of our history (usually Victorian or western) and science fiction/fantasy with advance technology that runs on steam. For example:   London set in an alternate universe where …

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Spec-Fic Subgenres: Steampunk & Cyberpunk

I read my first steampunk book just a couple months ago. (Armored Hearts, by Pauline Creeden and Melissa Turner Lee if you really want to know.) Since then, the steampunk radar in my head goes off every time I pass a book cover with gears or cool goggles on it. Today we’re digging into steampunk and cyberpunk. While they both …

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