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New Release — Goddess of Alexandria

TweetI have to be honest.  During every round of editing and proofing, when I read the last few lines of the novel, even though I knew the words backwards and forwards, it made me tear up.  It’s hard saying goodbye … Continue reading

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New Release — Voyage of Alexandria

TweetGreetings Travelers! My pen has been racing across the parchment as the steam-trams thunder through Otherland Station like ornate mechanical elephants.  Upon their graceful backs, I took another journey to that far-flung place, ancient Alexandria, bringing back tales of Heron … Continue reading

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Interview – Wendy Callahan

TweetOn April 21st, we’ll be unleashing the Indie Steampunk Lit Extravaganza on the world.  One of the authors, Wendy Callahan, has agreed to sit down and answer my questions about her writing and the event. Q: Why steampunk?A: I love … Continue reading

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Fires of Alexandria Promotion – $0.99 Sale

TweetIn honor of Heron of Alexandria’s birthday, born around this time, a hair over two-thousand years ago, I’m reducing the price of the first book of the Alexandria Saga, Fires of Alexandria, down to $0.99 for one week.  So from … Continue reading

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The Greatest Inventor Nobody Knows – Heron of Alexandria

TweetTiming is everything. Thomas Edison was born in the middle of the Industrial Revolution and was a tireless promoter.  Henry Ford utilized the technologies of the day, combined with new concepts to create mass production, to put his name on … Continue reading

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New Release — Empire of Alexandria

TweetAs history often proves, holding an empire together is much harder than taking one.  Corruption and bureaucratic bloat sets in, while everyone’s looking out for themselves.  And taking an empire that’s deep into its aristocratic ways is a whole ‘nother … Continue reading

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New Release — Warmachines of Alexandria

TweetI’m a huge fan of old war movies like Bridge Over the River Kwai, or The Great Escape, or Patton.  I also enjoy playing the grognard with turn-based computer war games.  When I was a kid, I would make up … Continue reading

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New Release — Heirs of Alexandria

TweetGood things come to those who wait.  Yes, I realize the release of book two of the Alexandrian Saga is a little later than I originally said, but hopefully the book is much better for the delay.  Not only did … Continue reading

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