Tag: steampunk

OZYAY Reviews & Podcast: The Diabolical Miss Hyde & Stars at Oktober Bend

OZYAY Reviews & Podcast: The Diabolical Miss Hyde & Stars at Oktober Bend

Steampunk isn’t my usual genre, but I thoroughly enjoyed The Diabolical Miss Hyde. While it isn’t particularly heavy on the steampunk elements, the gender swapped Jekyll/Hyde story in a fey-ridden Victorian London gave the story an interesting twist. I’ve read the original Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and I’m pleased to say that in this […]

The Book of Days by K.A. Barker Review: Quirky & Charming Adventure

The Book of Days by K.A. Barker Review: Quirky & Charming Adventure

The Book of Days was a fun, charming and quirky adventure set in a wonderfully imaginative setting. From Madame Marisol’s Unreality House which is a place where people go to be forgotten, to the floating Fortune City which was very steampunk in nature, to the corrupt Beggars End, I really enjoyed these creative settings. It was a true adventure story reminiscent of classic […]

October 22, 2014 | 31 Comments
Guest Post: The Writer’s Breakfast by Zoe Archer & Nico Russo

Guest Post: The Writer’s Breakfast by Zoe Archer & Nico Russo

The Writers’ Breakfast by Nico Rosso I often get asked what it’s like having two writers in the same household. Answer: Awesome. Even when we’re not writing a series together, as my wife Zoë Archer and I did with the Ether Chronicles, we’re both very involved in each other’s processes. From plotting to character development […]

August 9, 2013 | 7 Comments