Save the Dragons Foundation
Save the Dragons Foundation | Marc Gunn and Rie Sheridan Rose

A Note From Rie Sheridan Rose

This project has been many years in the making. It was a lot of fun to work on, and we started it before I really knew much about Steampunk, much less wrote my own. However, I do write a great deal of it now, so--if you enjoyed the journal--you might want to check out The Conn-Mann Chronicles and read The Marvelous Mechanical Man and others in the series for yourself. Book One is scheduled to be re-launched about the same time this CD is. The others should soon follow.

I've also edited an Airship Pirate anthology that would make a perfect companion to this CD--Avast, Ye Airships! from Mocha Memoirs press.

I am specializing in Steam quite a bit these days, but you can find links to all my other work at I also have a Patreon page, though the levels may be changing soon… You can subscribe to my mailing list for updates here at the bottom of the page.

Thanks again for your support!

About Rie Sheridan Rose

Rie Sheridan Rose has been writing professionally since the turn-of-the-century, with her first novel being published in 2000. She has published 7 novels, 3 short story collections, and 5 poetry chapbooks as well as contributing to numerous anthologies.

Her stories have also been published on The Eternal Night, ShadowKeep and Verge ezines, as well as the EOTU and Planet Relish websites. Her poetry has appeared in Mythic Circle, Dreams of Decadence, Apex & Abyss, Aberrant Dreams, Abandoned Towers, Electric Wine and Tapestry.

She has also written the lyrics to going on two dozen songs for Marc Gunn. Most of these can be found on Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits, or the new Pirates vs. Dragons.

She lives in Texas with her husband, Newell, and several cats, all spoiled rotten.

Visit her website at or her Amazon's Author Central page.


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