Steampunk Month for November is on!

Soulless (The Parasol Protectorate)Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices, Book 1)I’ve had this idea in my head for awhile that I would love to do a bunch of Steampunk features one month.  Spotlight Steampunk books, give some Steampunk books away, maybe have some guest posts… and maybe someone would even sponsor a Steampunk jewelery giveaway.  
I can’t do it on my own though.  So I’m hoping some authors and some Steampunk fans would be willing to pitch in for Giveaways, Reviews, Guest Posts, etc.  
If I get enough interest I’ll have a button made and make it a big event! 

UPDATE: It’s on!  I’ve got some guests posts, some giveaways, and some reviews already lined up.  But I need MORE!

Also, I know of many Steampunk Novels, but I’m sure I’m missing a few as well.  So if you could list some of your favorite Steampunk novels in my comments section, that would be awesome!
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Boneshaker (Sci Fi Essential Books)If you want to participate or have questions please email me at candace_redinger(at)yahoo(dot)com
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  1. sounds fun!
    I haven’t read it yet, but I know that LEVIATHAN is steampunk. This is actually brilliant, because I haven’t read any steampunk yet but really really want to! Awesome idea 😛

  2. Oh yeah, Leviathan has been on my WL forever!

    I’ve read some Steampunk but not even close to everything I want to! A month of Steampunk would really push me to get some of them read!

  3. Have you asked any of the authors if they are willing to be interviewed and do a giveaway? Or the publishers, sometimes they willing to give books or swag.

    I don’t know a lot of steampunk, the ones you have listed are the only ones I am aware of since I just learned this is a

  4. I haven’t read much Steampuck, though I’ve been meaning to. I can think of one though, Incarceron and the sequel Sapphique by Catherine Fisher. If I read a steampunk, I’d love to do a guest post!

  5. Well, I declare. What a brilliant idea! Perhaps, I will have to make some tea and debate over the possibility over other steampunkery books.


    Steamed by Katie MacAlister
    Steampunk by Ann VanderMeer
    Whitechapel Gods by SM Peters
    Clockwork Heart by Dru Pagliassotti
    The Somnambulist by Jonathan Barnes
    The Scar & Un Lun Dun by China Mieville
    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemem (can’t think of author right now.)
    The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
    Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

    Just a few suggustions.

    I’m in, steampunk will make for a interesting theme. I’d like to see how others feel about the growing genre.

    Mad Scientist

  6. Hi!! I’m doing a Steampunk Challenge for the next year and would LOVE to help out with this for the next month… I’ve written a “just what is steampunk” post already and plan to read at least one, if not more, steampunk this month.

    Feel free to email me ( and check out my blog. I’d love to help in any way I can!

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