So, right. I've been working on a steampunk book for a little over a year; finding an artist, finding someone to help me pay for publishing, etc, so on, etc. And now, in the infinitely wise words of DBZ, it's go time
. So, here it is:
IN AN ERA of bygone anachronisms and steam-powered ambulatory engines, a sharp-witted street thief with a heart of semi-precious metal must match wits with a cryptic cryptozoologist, an amoral assassin, a masked menace, and a secret plot to bring the city she loves to its knees.
Arcadia Snips and the Steamwork Consortium is both a cautionary tale against reckless mathematics and an accurate historical account all rolled up into one. In fact, the story is so accurate that you might consider it more a history lecture than an illustrated novel.
Chapters are posted one by one every week on Monday until they’re all up; if you want to read the book before it’s completely online, we'll be soon making the physical copy of the book available for purchase.
Some images from the work in case you're curious (spoiler'd, because they're big!):
In addition to this, I'm working on a second project - Lucky Monday - which is an insane work of ultimate fanfiction written in the style of hard-boiled noir. Which means it might
interest people here:
If I'm breeching some sort of forum etiquette by posting a link to my own steampunk work here (I'm fairly
certain it's allowed - I didn't see anything in the rules against it?) then I humbly apologize and present myself for the savage forum flogging that I am no doubt deserving of. Otherwise, tally hoo, and thanks for reading!