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A Collection of Curiosities

The Dark Soul Martini

With everything turning up red, white and pink in February, some might prefer a darker tone. To that effect, I present The Dark Soul Martini, an alternative drink for the month. To ensure I provided you with the best possible cocktail, I turned to a close friend whose...

Release the Kraken!

An old love. A giant kraken. A dive into the infested canals of Venice. Time has run out. Rules must be broken and her patron’s wrath risked. To save the woman who raised her, Lady Judith must visit the underwater grotto of a giant lagoon kraken. Survival...

Unraveling Welsh

Why is A Trace of Copper set in Wales? Because it's one of the most beautiful countries I've ever visited. It's been years, and I still can't stop thinking about it.  We drove through Wales on our own (struggling to stay in the proper lane, our eyes...

Department of Cryptobiology

Join the Department of Cryptobiology Are you a fan? The Golden Spider and The Silver Skull, both steampunk romances, are the first two books in The Elemental Web Chronicles. The third novel in the series will be: The Iron Fin. There is also a novella set in the same...

Magical Wales

  It's no real surprise that I've set a story in Wales, one of the most magical places I've ever visited. Though I spent a mere three days in the country, I've never been able to forget it. Several years ago, my family flew to London and rented a car, heading into...

Steampunk Frederick

Frederickland presents a podcast Steampunk in Frederick: A series of brief interviews with attendees. Listen Here   One of my two favorite photos. Meeting KC and Kat (below) were highlights of the weekend! Tobias takes it upon himself to model the wares of multiple...

Characters on the Couch

Character on the Couch: Anne Renwick’s Lady Olivia Read the entire interview with steampunk author Cecilia Dominic Here ~~~ 1) If your character were to go to a psychologist – willingly or unwillingly – what would bring them in? Yes, a court...

Meet the Plotmonkeys!

Meet the Plotmonkeys: Writers and friends who keep me sane, make me laugh until I cry and help me beat my plots into something intelligible. Once or twice a year, I get together with the four lifesavers on the right. We pass around copies of the plots to our latest...

Double-Bagged Cat

A bit of morning silliness. Teen was challenged: can you double-bag the cat, Tesla, using nothing but the laser pointer? Sign up here for Anne's Newsletter!       About Anne Though USA TODAY bestselling author Anne Renwick holds a...

A Model Double-Beam Engine

"A Model Double-Beam Engine made by Benjamin Hick, Bolton, 1840 This model represents the ultimate development of Boulton and Watt's steam engine. By the time it was displayed at the 1851 Great Exhibition, Britain used half as much steam power again as the whole of...

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