Hello Dieselpunks. I'm looking for a few beta readers for my ebook that is coming out this summer. If you are interested in giving it a read and then giving me your honest opinion I can email it to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by David Mark Brown May 6, 2011.
Any illustrators out there looking for freelance? I'm working on a dieselpunk, weird western pulp and want illustrations for the website, cover image, wallpapers, etc.Talk to me.Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by David Mark Brown Mar 19, 2011.
Posted in UncategorizedStart reading the DMB Files for only $0.99. For the next few days, May 1st-3rd, DE NOVO SYNDROME will be available for $0.99. This three day sale is in celebration of the release of Desert Gods, the second novel of the DMB Files. So why $0.99 instead of free? Well, for a handful of reasons, [...]
Posted in DMB FilesThe much awaited continuation of the DMB Files has arrived! (Hey, me and at least 4 other people have been really awaiting it.) DESERT GODS (not to be confused with DESSERT GODS. That’s a whole different book entirely.) picks up where De Novo Syndrome leaves off and throws Buckner and Evie into a final showdown [...]
Posted in UncategorizedBarnes and Noble has finally replaced their modest (I’m being kind) self-publishing platform with an all new and better titled one. Thus Nook Press enters the world about one year too late. Congratulations, B&N. You have finally produced a practical and functional pubbing platform. Don’t pop the cork. I still like Kobo’s Writing Life and [...]
I'm a long-time sci-fi fan who has just recently awoken to the wonder of the alternate history and retro-futurism feel of steam and dieselpunk. Currently working on a steam/dieselpunk novel that takes place in the Texas borderlands in 1918 titled "Fist Full of Reefer." I've been calling the series Reeferpunk, but I would love some feedback on other genre pieces from that time period.
Looking forward to recommendations and discussions around this fascinating sub-genre of speculative fiction. Hit me up.