Back the next Bodacious Creed Book and YOU can Become a Character in this Steampunk Zombie Western

Like its predecessor Bodacious Creed, Bodacious Creed and the Frisco Syndicate will be full of steampunk technology, gunfights, mystery, and well-rounded characters. These include the hero, the resurrected U.S. Marshal, James Creed, and the brothel madam and inventor, Anna Lynn Boyd. It … Continue reading Back the next Bodacious Creed Book and YOU can Become a Character in this Steampunk Zombie Western

A Review of Bodacious Creed, A Steampunk Zombie Western by Jonathan Fesmire

What is Bodacious Creed: A Steampunk Zombie Western About? In this Steampunk Western, U.S. Marshall James Creed has a reputation for always getting the bad guy. When the pursuit of a particularly nasty gunman brings Creed to Santa Cruz, he finds much more than justice. When Creed dies in the line of duty, that should have been the end of his “Bodacious” legend. Instead, a stranger revives him in her secret laboratory a few days later. He’s gotten a few enhancements along the way, but struggles to find how he fits into the world in his new state. Set against a backdrop of the Old West … Continue reading A Review of Bodacious Creed, A Steampunk Zombie Western by Jonathan Fesmire

Synopsis: Alistair Pennington’s Ab-natural Inconvenience by Tim & Kathy Hunt

What’s the Book About? Alistair Pennington was an English gentleman who had rejected his father’s idea of “normal” and run off to the colonies to become an Ab-natural Ethologist; one who studies the ghosts of animals. A situation arises in … Continue reading Synopsis: Alistair Pennington’s Ab-natural Inconvenience by Tim & Kathy Hunt

Owl Dance by David Lee Summers Review

I married into a very interesting family. Most of them are Mennonites (though not as Amish as you might think), but a few of them are Baha’i. If you aren’t familiar, this faith is largely based on peaceful coexistence and equality. I’d never encountered a Baha’i character in literature before. But Owl Dance features a main character who brings her belief system to the rugged Southern US when she leaves Persia. Fatemeh, and her strange propensity for talking to and understanding owls, play a major role in the fate of the entire world in this weird West Steampunk tale. When she arrives in Socorro, New Mexico, … Continue reading Owl Dance by David Lee Summers Review