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More skirts, another granny square bag, and an assortment of events

July has been a busy month for me, and somehow my makes have dropped out of sync with my posts. I’m not complaining, it’s lovely to have so much going on, but I don’t want any projects to slip through the cracks. 1,190 more words


Free-Wrench - Joseph R. Lallo

Free-Wrench was my first foray into the world of steampunk, and as it turned out the author’s as well. Joseph Lallo normal realm is sci-fi, but as his notes at the end of the book, decided to venture into steampunk for NaNoWriMo. 542 more words


Check Out My New Cover

Requited by Elle Clouse

And, because I like you, here is the blurb:

Axel the Black is the scourge of sea and sky; a ruthless pirate famed for his loyalty to no one.   93 more words


Blackwood Gazette #49: La Pierre Found, Shots Fired as Pirate Captain Refuses to Negotiate

by Chester Seaton, News

30/7-It was around dawn yesterday morning that Commander Alistaire Dunsworthy  and his fleet came across the notorious pirate Roderick La Pierre, who they had spent the last week searching for. 176 more words

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Book Review - Stormdancer

Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff

A steampunk, fantasy novel set in feudal Japan? Yes, please. However, “Stormdancer” is so much more than that. There are demons, griffins and a protagonist who can hear animals’ thoughts.   129 more words


Why Steampunk?

Before I go on about my preferred genre, I should probably explain what steampunk is since most people stop me after I have already begun to speak about it to ask what exactly I mean. 894 more words