Book Review: Ministry Protocol: Thrilling Tales from the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences
Early this year I made the acquaintance of two delightful new friends. Let me tell you about them.
Eliza D. Braun is a bit of a renegade (a bit?) and knows how to live life to the fullest. She’s full of fight, loves her dynamite, and corsets her waist in tight (that’s a bulletproof corset, thank you very much).
Wellington Books appeals to my love of solitude, order and sanity. Plus, he’s adorable.
Together, they fight crime! (Sorry, I had to.)
Books and Braun held me as their happy captive through the novels Phoenix Rising and The Janus Affair. It’s very hard for me to suppress the need to squee loudly as I am delighted to tell you about what’s coming next in the world of our favorite Ministry operatives. Read on! The rest of this post is the official word from the Ministry’s creators! And you’ll get your first glimpse of exciting new cover art!
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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. a Rafflecopter giveaway