Thursday, August 8, 2013

Cover Reveal ~ Ministry Protocol ~ with GIVEAWAY!

Are you a Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences fan like me?  Do you love the world of gadgets and agent?  Mystery and mayhem?  Maaaagical items?

Well, I'm thrilled beyond belief to share about this new anthology and cover!


The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences novels are a multi-award winning steampunk series, which tells the story of the government agency committed to keeping citizens safe from the strange, the unusual, and the bizarre.

In a very successful Kickstarter in July, the Ministry Initiative was funded, allowing the creation of both a roleplaying game and a brand new anthology.

Ministry Protocol: Thrilling Tales from the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences is a collection of short stories that will take readers across the Empire and all over the world, revealing new facets of familiar characters and introducing new agents, allies, and enemies from the Ministry’s colourful history.

The authors of this globe-spanning anthology include Delilah S. Dawson, Leanna Renee Hieber, Alex White, Jared Axelrod, Tiffany Trent, Peter Woodworth, Jack Mangan, JR Blackwell, Dan Rabarts, Lauren Harris, Karina Cooper, and Glenn Freund from The League of S.T.E.A.M.

And one of the Ministry’s creators, Tee Morris, presents the origin story of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences itself.

Look for the ebook coming in August, with signed print editions to follow. Feast your eyes on the cover art from the Ministry renaissance man, Alex White, and spread the word about the anthology by entering the giveaway.


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9 comments:

  1. I'll admit that I've only read the first book of the series, but it really captivated me. And every time I comb through my library and see one of the other books, I always curse myself and wonder why I haven't read them yet.

    But either way, I'm definitely excited for the new anthology, and I'm also glad I was allowed to be part of the giant cover reveal!

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  2. I didn't enter since I have the first 2 books and loved them. I'm really going to have to look out for this ebook. Looks like such a hoot! Plus, I love these stories!!

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  3. I've been a steampunk fan from way before the genre earned the name. I grew up reading all the Jules Vern I could get my hands on. I loved 20 Leagues Under the Sea. That was my entry to steampunk.

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  4. The whole idea of steampunk, the halting at the steam power point, is interesting to me. I've always felt steam power would be the way to go.

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  5. It's the unique blending of cultures and genres.

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  6. I love that steampunk mixes the old with the new. The Victorian era with a bit of modern. The gadgets, weapons, automatons and dirigibles are fun and exciting.

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  7. I LIKE ALLTYPES OF BOOKS. THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY! SHELLEY S. calicolady60@hotmail.com

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