History –– I wanted to learn why it happened – and when and how. In high school and college I excelled in history and social science classes. After discovering historical fiction, I read even more.
Jim Sargent tells you why he writes about history.
Of all the genres (and sub-genres) out there, I keep finding myself returning to my first literary fascination: Steampunk. Why? Seriously, it’s a valid question. It’s not The Most Popular Genre Ever, and usually its very mention is followed up almost immediately by the question, “What IS Steampunk?”
Ren Cummins has the answer...