Steampunk! Woo!

Steampunk AirshipJust a little update, and a slight teaser, I guess.

Pretty soon, I’m going to be trying something new with the blog here. My friend, Austin King, and I are writing a novel together. A steampunk novel. And the best news is that we are going to be releasing said steampunk novel (or, more accurately, series of steampunk novellas) serially across this blog, while concurrently selling it at Amazon.

We plan for it to be four volumes long, though that might go up or down as we finish planning. The first volume will be put on Amazon at the same time we start releasing chapters weekly here. So you can read it for free week-by-week, or you can support your local starving artists and get the whole shebang all at once. We’re still hashing out the details on future volumes, but we’re thinking Amazon-only for the rest of the story.

So what is this project about? What am I wetting your proverbial whistle for? Five words: steampunk airships and demon possession.

That vague/awesome enough for you? I thought so.

But never fear, steampunk haters! This isn’t your normal steampunk. Austin and I aren’t terrible fans of the genre, but we love the “feel” of it. We love the idea of steampowered technology. So we wanted to do something new with it, something fun with it, and we think that our upcoming steampunk fantasy is just that.

So yeah. Keep an eye out. Steampunk. Woo!

By B.J. Keeton

B.J. KEETON is a writer, teacher, and runner. When he isn't trying to think of a way to trick Fox into putting Firefly back on the air, he is either writing science fiction, watching an obscene amount of genre television, or looking for new ways to integrate fitness into his geektastic lifestyle. He is also the author of BIRTHRIGHT and co-author of NIMBUS. Both books are available for Amazon Kindle.

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  1. I’m intrigued by this “steampunk airships and demon possession” bit… I think that it makes both an intriguing space / functional element and subject matter. I’m interested in seeing where this goes. 🙂

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