Book Review – The Steampunk Club

This is a book review of The Steampunk Club by E. A. Deverell, available here. This is a most eccentric and peculiar little novella and I’m not entirely sure what to make of it, to be honest. It felt a lot like a plot sketch, the idea of a book rather than a book in…

Book review – Maids of Misfortune

This is a book review for Maids of Misfortune by M. Louisa Locke, ¬†available here. I really wanted to like this book. It’s a murder mystery set in San Francisco during the Victorian Era. The heroine, Annie, is sassy, strong and independent and only too aware of how difficult that makes her life in a…

Author feature – A.W. Exley

I got a little bit overexcited last week because I found a new author that I really love. The magic doesn’t happen that often for me, so it was great to find myself absorbed in a new series of books, and equally great to discover that the author herself is a lovely lady who was…