It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? (Oct. 18)


The Banquet of Esther Rosenbaum by Penny Simpson (reviewed here)

The Steamypunk Collection — (reviewed here)

#1 A Man of the Waste by Margaret Killjoy; #2 A Pirate of Both Day & Night by Margaret Killjoy; #3 Emerson & Adalia by Dimitri Markotin; #4 Chaos Theory by Dimitri Markotin; #5 Emerson & Adalia Rob A House by Dimitri Markotin


Shimmer #11 —  The Clockwork Jungle Book

—>  And How His Audit Stands, by Lou Anders is a great story with an interesting concept at its core. Set in the American South, the Railroad barons have found a new way to enslave men.

Horns & Wrinkles by Joseph Helgerson — so far this is cute.


Mentioned over at STEAMED! ….I joined this Steampunk Writing Online Writing Workshop. It starts in November.


It’s Monday! What Are You Reading is organized by Sheila over at Book Journey. Be sure to stop by her site and read the great blogs of the other participates.

( On a personal note I’d like to thank St. Jude, St. Rita, the Blessed Mother, and Heavenly Father for all the prayers they’ve answered in the last month and to continue to ask for their help and blessings.)

12 Responses

  1. What interesting titles Laurel! Now I am curious about these books! 🙂

  2. GAH – I just commented on Laurel’s blog and then called you Laurel! Sorry about that Anna Marie!

  3. Steampunk online writing workshop sounds interesting, Anna Marie. Do tell more… 🙂

  4. A lot of titles to make me curious..

    I will certainly be adding STEAMED to my links to come over and check out what you guys get up in November…

    I have having fun with my steampunk reading…

    Happy week…


  5. Steampunk is something that’s caught my attention lately, but I haven’t delved into this genre yet. Thanks for sharing.

    Here’s my Monday:

  6. And How His Audit Stands sounds really interesting. Happy steampunking 🙂

  7. Sounds like you’re recent steampunk collection wasn’t great. Hope you have better luck with your future books. 🙂

  8. Have a great reading week!

  9. I am myself beginning to enjoy steampunk though I haven’t read much of it. Have a good week!

  10. I love hearing about this Steampunk challenge! It sounds so much fun, I should look more seriously in that genre 🙂

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