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Cogs in Time by SJ Davis

October 6, 2014 The Steamwork Series:  2 The adventure continues and the cogs keep on turning as you set sail aboard magnificent airships, venture into exotic times and places, revisit some of your favorite characters, and

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Gunpower and Lights by Shauna Scheets and Vivian St. Claire

October 15, 2014 The Steampunk Serials:  Folio 2 Elliot and Vivian race to fulfill their wonderous apprenticeship to Professor van Muren, and take the space-time machine, METIS, to a new continent in order to aid Martha

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With Proper Maintenance by C. V. Madison

October 7, 2014 Named the youngest head engineer in the history of his company, Ethan Cole’s first voyage on the Platinum Bow is his chance to stand out from his father’s shadow. His dream is

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Absent Hero by Z.T. Burian

August 1, 2014 Gone To Wonder: Episode One In the middle of Denver lies the most extraordinary building on Earth: Finnegan’s Wonder. Inside, a theme park unlike any other, full of mechanical men, pirates, airplanes, and

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Riding the Mainspring by Andrew Knighton

August 12, 2014 A Collection of Steampunk Short Stories A steam-powered cowboy with a taste for death. A daring art heist in a moving city. A zeppelin flight through the smoke-filled skies of a Europe torn apart by

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Steam Bunny by Flicity Kates

August 12, 2014 A Little Miss Kick-Ass Erotic Novella Business is all about pleasure for Casey Jackson. Helping Lucas Haskell promote his graphic novel, Steam Bunny, is an erotic dream job. Until he gives her the

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The Curious Case of the Clockwork Menace by Bec McMaster

August 14, 2014 A London Steampunk Novella Friends, partners, and professionals. So just why is this case coming between them? In a Victorian London ruled by the blood-drinking elite, Perry Lowell is a logical and accomplished Nighthawk:

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Death on a Chalk Stream by Mario Vacchi

September 24, 2014 The Copulist Capers:  Book 1 If Gottfried Leibnitz had published his work on binary numbers and if Charles Babbage had read it, if Prince Albert had lived to a ripe old age and

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Prudence by Gail Carriger

March 17, 2015 The Custard Protocol ON BEHALF OF QUEEN, COUNTRY…AND THE PERFECT POT OF TEA. When Prudence Alessandra Maccon Akeldama (Rue to her friends) is given an unexpected dirigible, she does what any sensible female would

Thief of Hearts by Margaret Foxe

Spring 2015 Elders and Welders Chronicles:  Book 3 1888: Egypt … or thereabouts … The Sahara Desert, hotbed of pirates, tomb raiders, angry bedouins, opportunists and general ne’er-do-wells, is not exactly the ideal place for a former