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The Diamond Conspiracy Trailer

| 24. März 2015

And here it is, the trailer for Pip Ballantine’s and Tee Morris’ upcoming novel The Diamond Conspiracy, featuring (in order of appearance): Matt Ord PJ Schnyder Bill Blume Judging from the trailer, I had a theory concerning the plot, which one of the authors has since debunked, too bad. All shall be revealed soon, though.

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #30 – Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

| 15. März 2015

It is the 30th episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast, and what an episode it is! The renowned Steampunk and Fantasy authors Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris were kind enough to allow me to interview them concerning their upcoming fourth installment of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series, The Diamond Conspiracy.   Subscribe on iTunes And […]

Podcast: Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

| 24. Juni 2012

Total Steampunk domination! Alex and Johanna of Clockworker.de and me have teamed up and bribed Pip and Tee of Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences fame to talk about their work, the Ministry and various things in general. We had a great time, we thank them so much for an awesome 90 minutes and this is what […]

Review: Philippa Ballantine’s Magic by Gaslight

| 11. März 2012

Recently I find myself indulging into short fiction by my favourite married couple of authors: Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris. After feasting my eyes and imagination on Tee’s Steampunk take on Arabian Nights, I now had the pleasure of some Gaslight Fantasy by Pip. At first, I was not too impressed with Magic by Gaslight. […]

Review: Phoenix Rising by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

| 6. März 2011

After the first pages of Pip Ballantine’s and Tee Morris’ Phoenix Rising: A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel I was under the impression of heading into a hilarious and almost slapsticky Steampunk adventure. Eliza Braun and Wellington Books, the central protagonists, were simply too much of a missmatch and their initial “conversations” too comical. I […]