Steampunk adventures and espionage with Her Majesty's Agents
Currently on TeeMorris.com, our journalist is busy revealing a behind-the-scenes look at his project within a project. As many of you know, our intrepid journalist collaborated with Baldgroove studios in the previous year to produce a right bit of fun â€” the Phoenix Rising book
Today is our release day for the Janus Affair. Now everyone can get the second part of our derring do adventures. This release date is a little different in that it is not just the mass market paperback release date- but also the audiobook and
We’ve received word from our intrepid journalists, that they have arrived safely at Balticon, and have procured the necessities of life. Apparently Jammy Dodgers and tea are among them. So if you are attending Balticon please do take the time to pop over to their
One final week to go, and the Janus Affair will be outâ€”not just in paperback, but also in audio and hardback version through the Science Fiction Bookclub. Reviews are starting to come in, and it is always lovely to know people are enjoying what we’ve
Two weeks from today the Janus Affair hits…according to Amazon that is. Though the official release date is a few days later, Amazon will start shipping that day. The reviews are starting to come in. You can check them out here…but here are some of
Yes, the Ministry store is finally open. Bags, mugs and even teapots. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like to seeâ€”we aim to please.
When one is reviewed, it is one thing, when one is used as an example of feminism in steampunk…that is just cool. Watch as Brittany Marczak uses Phoenix Rising and Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate series in her Feminist Analysis of Steampunk Senior Research Presentation.
The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences has many forgotten stories in its Archives. Stories of madcap adventures in all corners of the Empire, dark doings in hidden places, and mysterious devices and artifacts that the everyday citizen should never become aware of for fear it would
Agents of the Ministry, as you may have discerned from the chatter within the Ã¦ther, there has been spirited discussion bandying about on what exactly constitutes steampunk. We have our own definition, of course, but even that has been brought into question. Perhaps it is