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What's your favorite steampunk novel?

i'm not sure i have a favorite but i am currently enjoying Boneshaker by Cherie Priest.

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Empire Booksellers

   Good day, citizens of the Empire, and welcome to our bookshop.  This being the steampunk capitol of the world, you might expect that we…

Started by Blimprider

3 1 hour ago
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What Would You Do to Create a New and Better Society?

I am entertaining the notion about what we Steampunks might do in the event that an EMP pulse takes out all technology worldwide.  Rather t…

Started by Kent Edward Whittington

44 12 hours ago
Reply by Dr. Mungojerry Grindlebone

Steampunk Grey Goo?

I've been working on cyberpunk for a while before returning to my roots here in the alternate Victorian...and I had an idea. Why does grey…

Started by Asher Davian

0 yesterday

What book is beside your bed right now?

What are you currently reading right now!? What book is in your bed, under your pillow, on the floor beside the bed, on the night stand, or…

Started by Elizabeth

425 on Monday
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Crowd Funding new steampunk books?

My wife and I have nearly completed our first book that started our journey into the steampunk world and wondered about tips or tricks or e…

Started by Jesse Brownfield

0 Mar 20

A free ebook contest to wish my debut novel a fond farewell...

I've had a bit of bad news recently. The publisher of my first novel, a steampunk adventure called The Glass Sealing, is about to close its…

Started by Jeremiah Laugh, Esq.

0 Feb 23

Free Dieselpunk Book for Download

Here's a promotion that hits on all sixes! Free copies of The Spitfire from my Dieselpunk book series, Wild Marjoram, for download during t…

Started by Nichole Grabe

1 Feb 15
Reply by Lori Alden Holuta

What inspired you to write Steampunk?

I began writing historical romances, Celtic ones, set in the Bronze ages,  Iron ages, and Dark ages. I moved from history to alternate hi…

Started by Maeve Alpin

5 Nov 11, 2014
Reply by Dr. Mungojerry Grindlebone

Dracula and Bram Stoker

It is not a proven fact but it has been reported by many Stoker biographers that he died of syphilis. It was a disease that plagued many in…

Started by Maeve Alpin

2 Oct 29, 2014
Reply by Prof. Sebastian Fate

Frankenstein and Mary Shelley

If you don’t have access to ShowTime and you’ve wondered what Penny Dreadful is all about, let me clue you in. I enjoy the show and recomme…

Started by Maeve Alpin

1 Oct 28, 2014
Reply by Penny Freeman

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