Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel Anthology

January 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel AnthologyPut Your Shoulder to the Wheel
Author: Angie Taylor, Bryce Moore, Christopher Baxter, D. J. Moore, Finlay Lofthouse, Heidi Wessman Kneale, Judith Collings, Kim May, Kurt F. Kammeyer, Megan Rupp, Michael Collings, Mindie Erb, Scott E. Tarbet, Scott William Taylor
Series: Mormon Steampunk Anthology #2
Genres: Speculative Anthology
Format: eBook
Pages: 330
Date: January 21, 2019
Publisher: Immortal Works Press

Pioneers come from more than one mold. Steampunk often champions a view of the indomitable human spirit thrust into a world of gears, brass, airships, and goggles. Mormon pioneers did amazing things with their attitude of self-sufficiency buoyed by faith. Combine the two and you get fanciful tales of overcoming terrific challenges in a host of creative ways.
Herein you will find thirteen stories to tickle your fancy, each with a unique take on combining the science of steampunk with the strength and attitudes of the pioneers who migrated to what would later become Utah.

Prepare yourself for flying goats, midnight invasions, missing memories, Porter Rockwell, mystery, pirates, robots, ancient history, more robots, circular reasoning, ghosts, and ginger ale. These authors cover a lot of ground, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy the trip.

Scott William Taylor, Angie Taylor, Megan Rupp, Scott E. Tarbet, Finlay Lofthouse, Christopher Baxter, Bryce Moore, D. J. Moore, Mindie Erb, Heidi Wessman Kneale, Kurt F. Kammeyer, Kim May, Judith and Michael Collings.


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About Kurt F. Kammeyer

Kurt Kammeyer

Kurt Kammeyer was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. His mother, Virginia Maughan Kammeyer, was an English teacher, poet, and author of many short stories, hymns, and books. Kurt’s career has been in the aerospace software industry. He’s the author of eleven books and three short stories.

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