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The first London Steampunk series is complete, however, the spin-off series, London Steampunk: The Blue Blood Conspiracy series has just been launched with the release of Mission: Improper.
A lot of the side characters who didn’t get their stories told in London Steampunk. The only new characters are Gemma and her hero. The rest have had page-time in the first series.
Yes. Charlie’s story is coming. He just has a little bit more growing up to do, so expect his story to be the fourth in the series.
I can’t promise dates or releases but I do have a plan in mind for the verwulfen.
Both of these series’ are planned trilogies, however, Dark Arts might have a spin-off. It’s brewing at the moment, and I do love that world.
Book three in the Dark Arts, my impatient friends (:
My books are sold at most e-retailers, such as Kobo, iBooks, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Audio editions of the London Steampunk series can be found on Tantor, Amazon and Audible.
That depends on Tantor, the publisher who acquired the London Steampunk series. I don’t have a lot of control over that, unless I choose to hire a narrator myself, which can be an expensive experience. So… Perhaps.
The amazing Gene Mollica designed the first London Steampunk series. The curious Case of the Clockwork Menace was designed by Angela Water, Tarnished Knight was created by Croco @ Crocodesigns, and the Burned Lands, Dark Arts and LS: The Blue Blood Conspiracy series covers were created by damonza.com.
Currently it’s Hot Tree Edits, who are amazing.
Marisa Shor at Cover Me Darling. Highly recommend her work for formatting and branding. She also does covers as well.
No, I don’t have a street team. I do have an Advanced Review Team, however numbers are limited. There is currently a waitlist if you are interested in applying.
No. Sorry. Thanks to time commitments and legal issues, I cannot read any novels by aspiring authors. My best advice is to find a critique group. Good luck!
You can always ask, however, I’m crazy-busy at the moment and might have to forgo due to time constraints.