Bio: Cameron Chapman lives in northern New England with her husband, two dogs, and a rather ornery cat. When she’s not writing, which is rarely, she enjoys being outdoors (and sometimes she combines the two).
Aboard the Unstoppable Aerostat Fenris follows Miss Isabelle Feeney Hemsworth from the Russian Empire as she sets out with Aerostat Captain Stig Rayner to deliver mysterious—and possibly dangerous—cargo to Iceland, before returning home to .
This is the first book in The Steam and Steel Chronicles, which detail the lives of Miss Isabelle Feeny Hemsworth and Captain Stig Rayner as they venture through an alternate steampunk Edwardian age.
Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
Unlike series that many "traditional" publishers release, The Steam and Steel Chronicles are made up of short (20-30,000 words each) novellas, released in relatively quick succession (the current schedule has them released every 2-4 months). These are fun, quick reads, and are hard to put down once you get started.
Q: Why did you go indie?
I've been interested in the indie movement for a couple of years now. Since novellas are notoriously hard to get published traditionally, I thought they'd be the perfect "experiment" to see if indie was the right choice for me.
Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre?
In the fantasy genre, I love and . I'm also a fan of Stephen King's fantasy work (as well as his horror).