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Travelling Without Moving.

Travelling Without Moving.

A post-apocalyptic, clockpunk, dystopian mystery sci-fi hot fever dream type thing.

By Nathan Jones.

Nathan contacted me via my “Steampunk Stuff” Facebook page and said. “Any chance you’d run an ad? It’s strictly clockpunk, but I figure it’s close enough…?”. And it is!

Well, those who know me know that I don’t have strict ideals of what steampunk is, and the less tight the rules the better for everyone.

This book is well worth the read. In fact, I can’t wait to finish it.

So Here it is.

Travelling Without Moving.
A post-apocalyptic, clockpunk, dystopian mystery sci-fi hot fever dream type thing. By Nathan Jones.

Spurred on by visions of “reality”, Napalm Carton creates a multiplayer game called Tickets, with the intention of opening a door to the next level of existence. 

Earth is in ruins, uninhabitable, and the remaining population live in bio-domes. Napalm, born into the Kaputt bio-dome, believes life in the habitat is a lie. Post-apocalyptic existence makes no sense to him, and all he wants to do is escape.

Synopsis taken from Nathan’s original Amazon listing.

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McNeel’s World: A Parallel-Multiverse Novel.

McNeel’s World: A Parallel-Multiverse Novel.

by Ward Wagher.

McNeel’s World: A Parallel-Multiverse Novel.
Photograph credited to Ward Wagher.

A different America. A different world. In the New York City of 1967, the primary motive power is steam. Electricity was unknown as was its many applications. In this parallel universe, a cosmic happening destroyed the committee that laboured over the new constitution in Philadelphia. And a very different nation emerged an American Empire. Patrick McNeel, a craftsman of small steam engines in the city is invited to repair the mechanical computing devices utilized by the American emperor. A new friend, the head of the Imperial Computational Bureau suggests some advances in the prevailing technology that intrigues Patrick. Steam power may not be the pinnacle of mankind’s achievements. He turns to invent devices that may shake the foundations of Imperial American Civilization. Patrick unwittingly sets into motion a chain of events that threaten his life and the lives of his family. These hidden forces seem intent on destroying any advances in American automation and the economic growth that depend upon it.