Friday, January 9, 2015

Book Tour for Liberty & Other Stories by Alexis Hall (GIVEAWAY)

Fans of sci-fi will be drawn to this meshing of fantasy and steampunk.  Keep reading to get a glimpse of this collection of stories set in an alternate universe and learn even more about Liberty & Other Stories by Alexis Hall by visiting the other blogs hosting this tour.  Make sure to leave a meaningful comment for the chance to win an eBook of your choice from Mr. Hall's backlist along with a $10 GC from Riptide Publishing.

For the delight and edification of discerning readers, we present diverse stories concerning the lives, histories, and adventures of the crew of the aethership Shadowless.
Lament! as an upstanding clergyman falls into the villainous clutches of a notorious criminal mastermind.
Question your sanity! as a dissolute governess confronts blasphemies from beyond creation.
Wonder! at the journey of the dashing skycaptain Byron Kae across sapphire oceans, through smog-choked streets, and to the depths of the sky itself.
Gasp! at an entirely true and accurately rendered tale of pirates, cavalrymen, aethermancers, scientists, and a power to unmake the world.
Plus, hitherto unseen extracts from the meticulous and illuminating journals of Mrs. Miranda Lovelace, rogue scientist and first of the aethermancers.

This collection contains:

Shackles (A Prosperity Story)
Squamous with a Chance of Rain (A Prosperity Story)
Cloudy Climes and Starless Skies (A Prosperity Story)
Liberty (A Prosperity Story)


Want more in the Prosperity universe? Get There Will be Phlogiston for FREE here.

An instructive story in which vice receives its just reward.
Inspired by true and scandalous tales of the Gaslight aristocracy, we present the most moral and improving tale of Lady Rosamond Wolfram.
Weep, reader, for the plight of our heroine as she descends into piteous ruin in the clutches of the notorious Phlogiston Baron, Anstruther Jones. Witness the horrors of feminine rebellion when this headstrong young lady defies her father, breaks an advantageous engagement, and slips into depravity with a social inferior. Before the last page is turned, you will have seen our heroine molested by carnival folk, snubbed at a dance, and drawn into a sinful ménage a trois by an unrepentant sodomite, the wicked and licentious Lord Mercury.
Reader, take heed. No aspect of our unfortunate heroine’s life, adventures, or conduct is at all admirable, desirable, exciting, thrilling, glamorous, or filled with heady passion and gay romance.


Alexis Hall was born in the early 1980s and still thinks the 21st century is the future. To this day, he feels cheated that he lived through a fin de siècle but inexplicably failed to drink a single glass of absinthe, dance with a single courtesan, or stay in a single garret.
He did the Oxbridge thing sometime in the 2000s and failed to learn anything of substance. He has had many jobs, including ice cream maker, fortune teller, lab technician, and professional gambler. He was fired from most of them.
He can neither cook nor sing, but he can handle a 17th century smallsword, punts from the proper end, and knows how to hotwire a car.
He lives in southeast England, with no cats and no children, and fully intends to keep it that way.

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Thanks for following the tour! You can win an ebook copy of a novel of your choice from Alexis Hall's catalog, and a $10 Riptide gift certificate!  All you have to do is leave a comment on this post. Please put your email in the body of the comment, not just in email section of the comment form (NO EMAIL=NO ENTRY). Be sure to follow the whole tour, because the more comments you leave, the more chances you have to win the prize!  Ends at 11:59 PM CST on 1/13.


  1. Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. I'm fascinated by the whole thing!


  3. I love this world. Since the second page of Prosperity, it was love.

    caroaz [at] ymail [dot] com

  4. I recently read and loved Prosperity and then bought Liberty. Thanks for the post and contest!

    jen.f {at} mac {dot} com

  5. This sounds great! Looking forward to reading! amaquilante(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. I like Steampunk and this book sounds good.
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