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About Jeffrey Cook
Author Jeffrey Cook lives in Maple Valley, Washington, with his wife and three large dogs. He was born in Boulder, Colorado, but has lived all over the United States. He's contributed to a number of role-playing game books for Deep7 Press out of Seattle, Washington, but the Dawn of Steam series are his first novels. When not reading, researching or writing, Jeffrey enjoys role-playing games and watching football.
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In these times when it's easy to self-publish but hard to get
noticed, conventions offer a solid, feasible option for the
independent author to start on a path to financial sustainability.
But becoming a professional denizen of the dealer's room has
its challenges. In Working the Table, two veteran indie authors
spill their secrets to help you not only survive, but thrive in
the book-event environment.
Twenty bestselling and award-winning authors offer enchanting tales of women and girls forging paths through darkness and peril. Cleverness, curiosity, and determinations make worthy heroines in fantastical new worlds.
Featuring stories by:
Jody Lynn Nye
Frog and Esther Jones
Connie J. Jasperson
Edward J. Knight
Robert J. McCarter
Lou J Berger
Cyberpunk Hades and Persephone
A Steampunk Flying Dutchman
Cyberpunk Little Red Riding Hood
Steampunk Hansel and Gretel
Atompunk Helen of Troy
Steampunk The Lost Princess
Dreadpunk Althaea, Meleager, and the Three Fates
Biopunk Echo and Narcissusand
In Writerpunk Press's 6th anthology, we approach world myth and folklore through the lens of science fiction, with a variety of authors and perspectives. As with all previous volumes, profits generated by sales of the anthology go to benefit PAWS Animal Rescue in Lynwood, WA.
Can Tesla’s invention animate the creature in the Wild West in time to save the girl?
What destroyed the cyber-greenhouses—was it the meteor from out of space?
How will the radiation affect her—and will love survive the transformation?
Hideous Progeny: Classic Horror Goes Punk is the fifth charity anthology from Writerpunk Press, with steampunk, cyberpunk, carniepunk, clockpunk, atompunk, and biopunk stories inspired by tales such as Dracula, Carmilla, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, and Frankenstein (twice!). Other inspirations include Gaston LeRoux, Ambrose Bierce, Oscar Wilde, Franz Kafka, Lord Tennyson, and H. P. Lovecraft.
Profits are to be donated to PAWS Lynnwood, an animal shelter and wildlife rescue located in the Pacific Northwest.
Authors: Carol Gyzander, Jeffrey Cook, Katherine Perkins, Bryce Raffle, William J. Jackson, Mike Chinakos, Leo McBride, Teel James Glenn, Lee French, Rachel Brune, Anthony Stark, Jeanne M. White, K.M. Vanderbilt
Madison Wayward's best laid plan survived contact with the enemy. High on the rush of leading the first successful escape from the hellish nightmare of Rikor Six, she has one mission: find her uncle. The notorious Captain Wayward, the most wanted human in the sector, can protect her from the outrageous bounty on her head.
Kirehe Mahono can't decide if she made the right choice. Compared to her sweltering home world, space is...cold. What can dragons even do in the cramped confines of spaceships? At least she knows she can trust Madison and the rest of their ragtag band of fellow escapees. Most of them, anyway.
The galaxy's tyrannical, immortal overlords must be stopped. To do it, the team will have to undertake the greatest challenge imaginable.
They'll have to convince a bunch of space pirates to work together.
Or die trying.
What does asylum mean to you?
In the 2015 anthology collection from the Northwest Independent Writers Association, seventeen authors explore the obvious and hidden meanings of this theme—from a werewolf on a mission and self-sacrifice in a post-apocalyptic world, to shadowy wizardry, a questing knight, and a gentle prison for geniuses.
Featuring stories by:
Jeffrey Cook • William Cook • Pamela Cowan • Jonathan Ems • Ginger Dawn Harman • Connie J. Jasperson • Madison Keller • Cody Newton • E.M. Prazeman • Katherine Perkins • Dey Rivers • Walt Socha • D.L. Solum • Laurel Standley • Rebecca Stefoff • Jennifer Willis • Matthew Wilson
The Northwest Independent Writers Association (NIWA) supports indie and hybrid authors and promotes professional standards in independent writing, publishing, and marketing. Learn more at NIWAwriters.net.
Two sets of irresistible teeth.
A house brought to life by nanobots.
A heart that won’t stop beating.
All this and much more in the Writerpunk Press version of the beloved suspense stories by Edgar Allan Poe. We’ve pulled out all the stops this time around to bring you the very best punked versions of classic Poe tales, complete with shiny gears and tiny bots!
In addition to the more familiar Cyberpunk and Steampunk, we’ve added Bio, Deco, and Dieselpunk genres to the mix. The resulting volume is a dynamic take on horror of which the Master of Macabre himself would be proud. Profits are to be donated to PAWS Lynnwood, an animal shelter and wildlife rescue located in the Pacific Northwest.
Madison Wayward, niece to the most notorious captain among the outlaw Stardrifters, has a plan. She'll stop at nothing to give humanity a flicker of hope in its darkest hour. If she would consider pausing, her plans might not blow up in her face quite so much.
Kirehe Mahono, a skilled warrior with an uncommon gift, has a dragon. She'll stop at nothing to protect her people from the enemy machines infesting her planet. If she had something better than a knife to bring to a laser fight, she might have better luck.
Taken prisoner by tyrannical aliens and dumped into a slave pit, both women will have to harness their strengths to survive. And escape.
Dawn of Steam: Gods of the Sun is an alternate-history, early-era Steampunk epistolary novel.