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Pre-Release Book Feature: A Vanishing Glow by Alexis Radcliff

| 28. September 2015

Today’s book feature is a bit different from the others, because this time I asked the author, if she would like to be featured on my blog. I contacted Alexis Radcliff after reading a short description of her upcoming novel A Vanishing Glow on her personal website. A Vanishing Glow will be released on October […]

Book Feature: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton

| 17. August 2015

And so we continue to work on the æthermails that accumulated during my absence with another piece of literature, this time on the light-hearted side of things: Guns and Guano by Andrew Knighton Dirk Dynamo is enjoying a life of learning with the gentlemen adventurers of the Epiphany Club. Joining an expedition to find the […]

Book Feature: Aether Psychics, Book 1 by Cecilia Dominic

| 24. Juli 2015

I really can not leave my ætherbox alone for any length of time. While I took a break from blogging, several messages came in that will lead to future articles, and this one. Another entry in the growing library of Steampunk novels, Cecilia Dominic’s Aether Psychics. Before I start with the feature, there is a […]

Feature and Self-Plug: Bird Song, a lovecraftian short-story

| 30. April 2015

It had been a while since I penned anything about the Cthulhu Mythos that was not directly related to this blog, this had to change. In order to make that change, I sat down the last few weeks and penned a short story about an idea I had a while ago. The idea involved parallel […]

Book Feature: Hopebreaker by Dean F. Wilson

| 10. Dezember 2014

In the world of Altadas, there are no more human births. The Regime is replacing the unborn with demons, while the Resistance is trying to destroy a drug called Hope that the demons need to survive. Between these two warring factions lies Jacob, a man who profits from smuggling contraceptive amulets into the city of […]

Book Feature: Hand of Miriam

| 21. August 2014

As you might have noticed, the update frequency of this blog has declined in recent weeks. This is due to the fact that my studies have reached the exam phase and I want to be through with this ASAP. Which brings me to why today I publish a book feature and not a full review. […]

Discovering Aberration – Interview and feature

| 5. November 2013

Today’s post is actually a double-deal package. First, I would like to point your attention to an upcoming Steampunk novel, Discovering Aberration, by S.C. Barrus:   In the budding age of steam technology, Freddy Fitzgerald risks everything to write the story of a lifetime.   After stealing an ancient map from under the nose of […]

Book Feature – Genesis: Book One of The Kingdom Come Series

| 6. September 2013

Synopsis: After a year of laborious solitude and a conflict brought to the doorstep of his father’s house, Jak, a Southlander of meek circumstance, will come to accept the future isn’t set. Through abilities unnerving to any Areht, against enemies rising in every corner of the planet, he’ll be forced to resolve his destiny as […]

Book Feature: Shadows Against the Empire

| 18. August 2013

I really wish I had a time machine, so I could add some hours every day to read all the books that make it to my inbox. Case in point: Shadows Against the Empire by Ralph Vaughan Synopsis: It is 1882, and a Pax Britannica dominates the Solar System. The dominance of Britain in trade, […]

Book Feature: Blowing Off Steam

| 4. August 2013

The Book Feature category is gaining some momentum. Here is its second installment, and today’s featured novel is Blowing Off Steam: Book Description: Western Steampunk / Sci-Fi Novella- contains some adult subject matter not suitable for young children.(Sounds promising) The time is 1891, the place- Arizona Territory. A year has passed since the death of […]