Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Get Your #Steampunk on and #WIN!

Happy Wednesday, reader-friends! Today I've got TWO fab author-friends here to help you get  your Steampunk on, and you can WIN!!! 

Gear up for GEARS OF BRASS! 

A world like ours, but filled with gears of brass, where the beating heart is fueled by steam and the simplest creation is a complex clockwork device.  

Within this tome, you’ll find steampunk fairy tale re-tellings, as well as original stories that will send your gears turning.  

Welcome to the steampunk realm, with eleven authors guiding your path. 

GEARS OF BRASS is a steampunk anthology published through Curiosity Quills.  It will be available for purchase on November 10, 2014.  Within the pages, you’ll come across clockwork inventions and steampunk-ified fairy tale retellings.  Eleven authors will guide you through worlds
filled with airships, top hats, and corsets.

Meet the authors:

Jordan Elizabeth writes young adult fantasy for Curiosity Quills, including ESCAPE FROM WITCHWOOD HOLLOW which was published in October and the upcoming TREASURE DARKLY; she’s represented by the Belcastro Agency.

J. Million
is the author of Last of the Giants and can always be found reading or writing.

Lorna MacDonald Czarnota is a professional storyteller and author of several books including, Medieval Tales That Kids Can Read and Tell, Breadline Blue, Legends Lore and Secrets of Western New York, Wicked Niagara, Native American and Pioneer Sites of Upstate New York, and Dancing at the Crossroads: Stories and Activities for At-Risk Youth Programming.

SA Larsen is represented by Paula Munier of Talcott Notch Literary and is the author of published short stories, community-interest stories, and magazine articles focused on children. 

Grant Eagar is an Engineer who would take the tales he told his children at bed time, and transform them into fantasy stories. 

Clare Weze is the author of The House of Ash (forthcoming) and the co-author and editor of Cloudscapes over the Lune.

Eliza Tilton: gamer, writer and lover of dark chocolate; author of the YA Fantasy, BROKEN FOREST, published by Curiosity Quills Press.

Heather Talty's stories have been featured in Enchanted Conversation, as well as her own fractured fairy tale site, Mythopoetical (

W.K. Pomeroy is a third generation writer who has published more than 70 short stories/articles/poems across many genres and styles, which now includes Steampunk.

Christine Baker is the author of Lana's End, The Guild of Dagda, and many more. 

Natalia Darcy: a bookilicious reader, tea drinker and Zumba aficionado who enjoys playing cards against humanity and washing her hair with ice cold water. 

You can get your steampunk fix before GEARS OF BRASS is released in November.  To enter for your chance to win a copy of GEARS OF BRASS, you will need to share the cover.  This can be on your blog, Facebook, Twitter…

Each time you share the cover image, log it into Rafflecoper (#insert link) to record it.  It will give you more chances to win.  The drawing for the winner will be held on October 27th

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Also, my good author-friend Susan Kaye Quinn has THIRD DAUGHTER, the first in her Bollypunk series, currently FREE!

Check it out...

Third Daughter
by Susan Kaye Quinn

Steampunk Fantasy Romance  - (suitable for ages 13+) - the first book, Third Daughter, is FREE

Assassins, skyships, and royal intrigue...
The Third Daughter of the Queen wants to marry for love, but rumors of a new flying weapon force her to accept a barbarian prince's proposal of a peace-brokering marriage.
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To find out more about The Dharian Affairs trilogy

Hope you're having a super week, reader-friends! Remember to check in on my Facebook page for a NEW, fun giveaway every Friday~ #muwah


S.A. Larsenッ said...

And it's all about steampunk, today. WOOT! Thank so much for sharing this. I really appreciate it, sweets!

Bystander said...

I snagged Third Daughter the other day and I can't wait to get around to it!

Raquel Byrnes said...

What a great cover. I love anthologies. The variety is a fun way to explore the genre.
Edge of Your Seat Stories

Jori said...

Thank you for sharing this! - Jordan Elizabeth

LTM said...

You're welcome, all! Thanks for stopping by and supporting fellow authors! <3