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This isn't my first time at the romance-reading rodeo.
Bear with me for a few minutes, I'm going to tell you my reading history.

As an avid reader, I spent years devouring books, getting lost in distant lands and falling in love week after week with dashing heroes. Not once did I give a single thought to the person behind those stories. Beyond the name on the cover, the author never crossed my mind.
That changed in 2002 when I began my own writing journey.

In the parent’s handbook for being a good example, may I offer a suggestion:  that during the Christmas season, family shopping excursions be excluded from scrutinization?

Steampunk: The Recipe
Phillipa
Ballentine

Steampunk: The Recipe - Readers and writers  would have to be living under a rock (or perhaps a cog would be more appropriate) not to notice the rise of corsets, goggles and airships on bookshelves, both real and virtual. In fact, they seem to have invaded all kinds of genres; romance, erotica, YA, fantasy and science fiction.

There's this breeze that winds it's way through trees and porches,
sometimes you can see the grass moving in a baseball field,
as dresses billow,
you turn a corner and see newspapers
caught up in this ,
as they go floating down empty streets.
Curtains roll into living rooms,where the afternoon
is trying to find a sunny spot and lie down like a cat.

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