Jambo! I regret that I cannot create creativity. You're interested or you aren't. Let's see, the whole story of what happened is posted at htt://steampunkjack.weebly.com ~ I realize that this looks very sudden from your viewpoint, but it's been months coming. The only thing sudden about it was that I suddenly recognized what had happened. Stories 2 through 6 are posted on the Stories tab. I recommend you print or copy-and-paste to a Word-type program if you want to read them, because that whole site is coming down on 1 October, probably early in the day, my time. Finally, my publisher, Separate Worlds, has a half-dozen or so backlogged that he plans to publish every four months until they're gone, so there is some material there to be read. I'm very happy that you like them; I just wish I still did! Don't be a stranger, though. There's a link at the Weebly site to Back in Our Day, my wife's blog where I guest-post on occasion. It was really fun getting to know you. Hope you have a great stay here.
Good morning, my mad friend. I'm making the rounds checking in to see how my friends are doing, and I notice that you're a Firefly fan. I write stories that have been described as "imagine that Jules Verne had written Firefly." I invite you, if you're a reader, to try one. They are all at my site, linked in my profile; all except #1. My arrangement with my publisher is that he has exclusive rights for the six months following publication, after which I can post them again. Hope to see you around, and have a great day!
PS: I do have a few more pictures. There's a 4-barrel Sharps garter pistol embedded in one of the stories, and as I transfer my others, I'll post the best ones. Stand by...
Good morning, Mr. Sykes. Good of you to drop by. You must be a bit of a connesseour (I was hoping spellcheck would help me out there, but no luck!). Are you perhaps a builder? By the way, love that .455 Webley. Dr. Ellsworth in my stories is so-armed. Well, I'm at work, so I can't really hang out. Take care, and have a fun day.