All Made of Hinges Anthology

November 27, 2018 | 0 Comments
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All Made of Hinges AnthologyAll Made of Hinges
Author: Amanda Hamblin, Christopher McAfee, Dave (D.J.) Butler, Elizabeth Mueller, Jace Killan, Jay Barnson, Joe Monson, John D. Payne, John M. Olsen, Lee Allred, Scott E. Tarbet, Steven L. Peck
Series: Mormon Steampunk Anthology #1
Genres: Speculative Anthology
Format: eBook
Pages: 318
Date: November 27, 2018
Publisher: Immortal Works Press

Cheerful in the face of dark opposition. Innovative to improve a backward world. Industrial as a cure for oppressive conditions. Unyielding beneath all who seek to bind and control them. Faithful until they conquer the fear of death and rise to great acts of heroism and service. Mormons and Steampunks are two faces of the same coin.

Twelve authors spin tales of true believers facing impossible odds, risking this life in the hope of gaining something better after. Mormon Battalion soldiers fight an airship, a bounty hunter crosses Porter Rockwell, cultists attempt to reanimate Brigham Young, and missionaries run into Cthulhu. These are just a few of the amazing tales by award winning, bestselling, and premier authors—
D. J. Butler, John M. Olsen, Steven L. Peck, Elizabeth Mueller, Scott E. Tarbet, Jay Barnson, Joe Monson, Amanda Hamblin, Christopher McAfee, Jace Killan, John D. Payne, and Lee Allred.

All Made of Hinges is the first installment in the incredible three-part Mormon Steampunk series.

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About Dave (D.J.) Butler

Dave DJ Butler

Dave (D.J.) Butler writes adventure stories for all readers. He has been a lawyer, a consultant, and a corporate trainer. His interests include languages, guitar, hanging out with his wife and kids, astronomy, and history.

About John M. Olsen

John M. Olsen

John M Olsen reads and writes many genres as the mood strikes. He devoured his father’s library in his teen years and has merged that library with his own in order to pass a love of learning on to the next generation. He lives in Utah with his lovely wife and a variable number of mostly grown children and a constantly changing subset of extended family.


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