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Weird World War 2 recommendations, anyone? 30 Replies

So I'm a huge fan of World War 2 fiction, but I'm not so much into the "based on a true story" thing. What I love are wunderwaffe(Wonder Weapons) and Occult or fantasy creatures/artifacts from pulp…Continue

Tags: Fantasy, movies, Science, Fiction, Quesarito

Started by Erwin "Blacky" Blackthorn. Last reply by Matt Boggs 14 minutes ago.

The legacy of HP Lovecraft

In his short essay "H.P. Lovecraft and the Horror of the Unseen" for Fatale, author Jess Nevins reminds us that not every writer is appreciated during their time.H.P. Lovecraft died when he was 47.…Continue

Tags: HP Lovecraft

Started by Tome Wilson yesterday.

Submissions for Mammoth Dieselpunk anthology 17 Replies

Has anybody seen this yet?http://oldcharliebrown.livejournal.com/390664.htmlA writer friend of mine sent it to me this morning.  I…Continue

Started by AJ Clarkson. Last reply by Erwin "Blacky" Blackthorn Aug 15.

I'm writing a free-to-read Dieselpunk compilation(and I'm doing requests!) 14 Replies

So after looking up stuff about Weird War 2 and watching Tales From the Crypt, I was also reading the Dieselpunk Anthology Ecase books. They're free, but they're not good. Like... at all. They're…Continue

Tags: sci-fi, wattpad, atompunk, quesarito, novel

Started by Erwin "Blacky" Blackthorn. Last reply by JazzFeathers Jul 27.

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Comment by David Mark Brown on May 16, 2012 at 12:38pm

Howdy all, I just thought I would drop a link to this Dieselpunks listopia on Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/list/show/16627.Dieselpunk

If any of you are on goodreads head over and help make this list better. The more people vote on a list the more reliable and visible it gets. If you have some works to put on the list do that to and report back so I can go vote them up and check them out. (I have a few on there too...) Classify your dieselpunk books as dieselpunk on your bookshelf too and it will build the searchable genre on Goodreads!

Okay, that's all. Have a diesel-filled day.

Comment by Tony Russo on August 27, 2012 at 9:46pm

I would love to send a shout-out to my new book: Zak Corbin: Master of Machines. It can be found currently for free on Smashwords and in print edition on Amazon. Set in a retro-futuristic era, Zak Corbin: Master of Machines is a tale of family loyalty, pursuing the things you love, and being careful about what you wish for around a robot! 

Comment by Anita Dime on March 6, 2013 at 5:22pm

Nia Simone has reviewed my noir short, "Horse Two". Please give it a read.

“This high-quality short story includes original linocuts by the author. In the noir genre, it explores how a convenient choice, one made to get oneself out of a bind, can destroy love, both romantic love and love of one's favorite thing in life. Not for the faint-of-heart..."

Read more: http://niasimoneauthor.com/2013/03/0...ii-anita-dime/

"Horse Two" is available for the iPad at Apple’s iTunes Bookstore. http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9780985713607

It is also available for the Kindle at Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009BJFBBO

Sorry, Nook readers. (I know, I'm slackin' on this one.)

Comment by Tome Wilson on March 7, 2013 at 10:08am

Featuring works by our very own Grant Gardiner, John Picha, Bard Constantine, and Jack Philpott, the writers of Dieselpunks.org would like to present our very first Dieselpunk ePulp Showcase. It's a free book we're giving away as a gift to our fans in the dieselpunk and steampunk communities. Click here for the details.

Please take a moment to reshare this with your friends so we can get the word out. Thanks!

Comment by Corgi Feet on March 15, 2013 at 7:31am

Hey Robyn, It sounds interesting and has really good reviews at Goodreads. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6881685-bitter-seeds

Comment by Tony Russo on March 15, 2013 at 8:09am

Just want to shout and say that my alternative Battle of Britain story: VANQUISH: CALL OF THE KESTREL, is a quarterfinalist in this year's Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest. You can download and read the excerpt for free at Amazon's site.

Comment by Tome Wilson on March 15, 2013 at 9:44am

Ian Tregillies is a really good dieselpunk author.  I would highly recommend Bitter Seeds and Company Man.

Comment by Corgi Feet on March 15, 2013 at 9:46am

Congratulations Tony. Lots of great reviews at amazon and ... love the free excerpt download. Will give it a read!

Comment by Tony Russo on March 15, 2013 at 10:05am

Nope, you're not crazy. The entries for the Amazon contest are not in the 'official' search engine yet. Try this link: Vanquish - Contest Entry or try the words VANQUISH 2013 in the search engine.

Comment by Tony Russo on March 15, 2013 at 10:08am

Robyn -- I just saw the comment that you're in the UK! (you're the second person from the UK who wants to read the book, very exciting) The Amazon contest entries haven't reached that side of the pond yet.  You can read my entry online on the blog I set up for the contest: http://vanquish.rocket9studio.com 


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