In which Dr. Anne Renwick, steampunk romance author and biologist, focuses the microscope, examining all the strange research and life experiences that make it – or don’t – into her books.

In which Dr. Anne Renwick, steampunk romance author and biologist, focuses the microscope, examining all the strange research and life experiences that make it – or don’t – into her books.

Bioluminescence

Bioluminescence

Anne Renwick discusses bioluminescence (with a brief detour to fluorescence), her hands-on experience with it, and how it illuminates the dark nights in The Elemental Steampunk World.

An Origin Story Supplemental Video

An Origin Story Supplemental Video

A bonus video using a teaching skeleton to show the anatomical locations of the skeletal features discussed in An Origin Story.

An Origin Story

An Origin Story

Anne Renwick discusses the original opening for THE GOLDEN SPIDER, taking you behind the scenes for a glimpse of her Gross Anatomy experience and what crept into her first book.

The Golden Spider  
The Silver Skull
The Iron Fin
A Trace of Copper
In Pursuit of Dragons
A Reflection of Shadows

About Anne

Though USA TODAY bestselling author Anne Renwick holds a Ph.D. in biology and greatly enjoyed tormenting the overburdened undergraduates who were her students, fiction has always been her first love. Today, she writes steampunk romance, placing a new kind of biotech in the hands of mad scientists, proper young ladies and determined villains.

Anne brings an unusual perspective to steampunk. A number of years spent locked inside the bowels of a biological research facility left her permanently altered. In her steampunk world, the Victorian fascination with all things anatomical led to a number of alarming biotechnological advances. Ones that the enemies of Britain would dearly love to possess.

To chat with Anne, stop by on Facebook or join the Department of Cryptobiology Facebook group. You can also join her newsletter list for cover reveals, sneak peaks, sales and giveaways delivered straight to your inbox.

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