(A day late, sorry about that. My bad!) Steampunk primarily focuses on Victorian England but what was this period of time really like. Who was the reigning sovereign during this time? What were the advancements? What was the fashion like? Most importantly, why is it that Victorian England is what the Steampunk genre focuses on? … Continue reading Victorian England
Sunday Driver, is a band that was formed in the summer of 2000 by lead singer Chandrika "Chandy" Nath. It has grown from a small acoustic act to a riotous 7-piece band, playing headline gigs in the UK and abroad, creating music that blends contemporary sounds with Eastern influences and instrumentation. Their second album was … Continue reading Sunday Driver – A Band Review
Soooooooooo....I started a new job recently and it has taken up more of my time than I have expected. Now in no way does this mean that I am going to stop Steam and Lace. It just means that I have had to adjust my schedule/planning of the blog posts. I swear that on Monday … Continue reading Many Apologies
A graphic novel full of breath taking art and a well rounded story.
Time is slipping away and it's time for tea. Grab a seat!
Soulless by Gail Carriger is the first book in The Parasol Protectorate, currently listed as a Fantasy/Horror but in all actuality it is a Steampunk book, of course, I am reviewing it after all. I can't say that it is fully Steampunk though. Maybe we can say that it is a mix between Steampunk and … Continue reading Soulless – A Fiction Book Review
It's shiny. It goes boom. It's a Steampunk gun for your eyes to appreciate.
Create who you are in these worlds.
And today we bring to you a guest blogger, the Husband, and he will be reviewing a Dieselpunk tabletop game for you gamer types. I will be honest, unless it is a console game, I probably will not be able to review it for you lovely readers. I am not big on tabletop games and … Continue reading Crimson Skies – A Game Review
Time is slipping away in this light bulb DIY hourglass.