FVP Featured Author, Jeffrey Cook’s Anthology is FREE TODAY on Kindle. Click on image to find out more about it!
Two great new titles recently released! FVP Featured Author, Jeffrey Cook‘s new work and a punk-licious Anthology for charity… Now Available on Amazon.com. Also, meet Jeffrey and several of our other FVP Featured Authors at Norwescon in April! Stay tuned for more details…
Dawn of Steam: Rising suns (Volume 3 of the Dawn of Steam series)
1817 sees the first signs of recovery from the Year Without a Summer – and the beginning of the end of the journey of the airship Dame Fortuna. The crew first accept a unique offer from the Shogun of Japan, traveling with the Dutch contingent from the island of Dejima into the isolationist nation. From there, their travels will take them through the English colonies in Australia and India, into darkest Africa, and eventually home to England. Along the way, confrontations loom, and both personal secrets and national conspiracies are uncovered. By the time a future queen is born, nothing less than the fate of England and the direction of world events are at stake. Dawn of Steam: Rising Suns is an alternate-history, emergent Steampunk epistolary novel, following after Dawn of Steam: First Light and Dawn of Steam: Gods of the Sun.
Airships and sky pirates! Brain Modification chips! Technologically enhanced nymphs! Shakespeare goes punk in this first volume of stories from Writerpunk Press (www.punkwriters.com). Profits to go to PAWS Lynnwood (www.paws.org), an animal shelter and wildlife rescue. Ask a bunch of eclectic writers to write stories inspired by one of the greatest dramatists of all time. Cast the stories in various punk genres: Cyber, Tesla, Diesel, Steam, Clock. Result: an innovative collection of stories inspired by the Bard, with a twist! Punk stories show the path not taken or the path that shouldn’t be taken. Let us reshape your world.
Free Valley author Jeffrey Cook contributed (and helped spearhead) this charity anthology, writing a steampunk version of Shakespeare’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’, with airship pirates, magical clockworks, swashbuckling musketeers and 5000% more bear than the original.