Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Punkettes

Check out the new review posted at The Punkettes, ladies who focus on Steampunk, Clockpunk and Dieselpunk worlds!

Punkettes Review

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Rabid Reader Reviews

A new post is up today on Rabid Reader Reviews going over an Airship Named Desire!

Rabid Reader Reviews

Friday, December 7, 2012

Goodreads Giveaway

From December 6th to December 20th, enter to win a free copy of An Airship Named Desire! Five paperback copies of the book are available, so try your luck!

Airship Giveaway

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Author Interview

A new interview was posted today on Jeanz Book Read N Review. If you're curious about my inspiration for the novel or simply my opinion on being an avid reader, this isn't an interview you want to miss!

Katherine McIntyre's Interview

Friday, November 23, 2012

Get Your Copy!

Get your copy of An Airship Named Desire for FREE! 11/24th only, all day, the e-book will be available for free to download!

Don't miss out on this chance!

An Airship Named Desire E-Book

Friday, November 9, 2012

Bawdy Book Blogs: Indie Author Excerpt

Want to read an excerpt from the book?

Check out:
The Bawdy Book Blog

They feature a section of "An Airship Named Desire" straight out of the first storm aboard ship!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Best Fantasy Stories Review

The folks over at Best Fantasy Stories posted up a lovely review about An Airship Named Desire! Make sure to check it out!

Best Fantasy Stories Review

"The sword fights and the good natured ribbing make you feel like you are reading a great movie, with plenty of action to move the story forward. And what a great little story it is, part mystery and part steampunk quest." -Best Fantasy Stories

Gnostalgia Review

Thanks to Barry Huddleston over at Gnostalgia for reading and reviewing "An Airship Named Desire."

Check out his review, a solid 4 out of 5 stars!

Gnostalgia Review of An Airship Named Desire

Friday, November 2, 2012

And the winners have been chosen!

The runners up for the Talk Like an Airship Pirate costume contest are:

Lauren dressed as a swanky pirate and...

Adam and Vanessa in their awesome steampunk attire!

Congratulations guys, you win a free copy of the book!

As for the top prize, a copy of the book and a steampunk style compass, that belongs to

Bunny! With this costume, she'd blend right in with the crew of the Desire!


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Contest Nearing the End

The Talk Like an Airship Pirate contest will conclude next week and the lovely winner's pictures will be showcased on our page! If you're planning a pirate costume, make sure to send it in, because after October 31st, the contest will be closed!

Send your pictures to

Did Somebody Say Free?

All you proud Kindle owners, get ready to click the order button on November 24th, because instead of the ticket price of 3.99, you can hop aboard the Airship Desire for FREE.

Oh yeah. Gloriously free.

But this deal is one day only, so tell your friends, tell your coworkers or even tell your pet cat.

November 24th. If you've been on the fence or mildly curious, don't miss the opportunity to add this steampunk adventure to your collection.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Now Available on Paperback!

All you paperback fans can rejoice, for An Airship Named Desire is now available for purchase. Want a copy for your bookshelf? Look no further.

The Bookcast

Author Interview with Katherine McIntyre now featured on Bill Thompson's wonderful blog, The Bookcast.

Check it out!

The Bookcast

New Reviews

Check out the new reviews for the book on

Airship Named Desire Reviews

Monday, October 8, 2012


The print version of "An Airship Named Desire" will be available for purchase on Amazon come October 19th.

Get your paperback version!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Talk Like An Airship Pirate: Now through October!

We've extended the contest, on the off chance some stellar costumes have been lurking in wait for Halloween. Submit your pirate/steampunk costumes to! Win a copy of the book!

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Talk Like an Airship Pirate

In honor of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, send in a picture of yourself to dressed in your best pirate or airship pirate threads. At the end of October, we will showcase the pictures on our website as well as the Facebook fan page of all the spectacular pirate costumes. Knock us out of the skies with your costume and you’ll win a copy of the e-book. The best costume will win a steampunk compass as well to accent their pirate garb.
Celebrate pirates in style and send us your pictures!

*by submitting your picture, you authorize it to be displayed on our website and the Facebook fan page. 

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

First Amazon Review!

Check it out!

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Now available for purchase!

An Airship Named Desire is now available for purchase! Take to the skies with Bea and her crew here:

An Airship Named Desire

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Hazardous Press

Publishing An Airship Named Desire, Hazardous Press has recently published an array of other science fiction and fantasy titles.

Visit the website: or check the titles out on

Releases include:
The science fiction novella, October Rain, by Dylan Morgan
Nightscapes, Tales of Dark Fantasy, by Erik VanBezooijen
Loose Ends: A Zombie Novel, by Jay Wilburn
A gothic horror novel, The Ever, by Hollis Jay
Mortals All, by Bruce Golden

Coming Soon!

An Airship Named Desire will be hitting Amazon's page August 19th. 

Take to the skies with  Bea and her crew of airship pirates!

Monday, July 23, 2012

An Airship Named Desire

Ever since the last botched smuggling job, First Mate Bea and her crew can barely afford fuel let alone a barrel of grog. So when a gentleman from Old Germany offers a fortune for stealing a locked box off a British merchant ship, Bea dives on the opportunity. However, their employer conveniently forgot to mention the military guarding this box and the contents inside, so incendiary they could spark a war throughout Europe.

If the crew of the Desire doesn't polish their pistols and prepare for a hell of a fight, they'll end up worse than grounded. Everyone from the Brits to the mercenaries will kill for the contents of that box and while Bea and the others can fend for themselves on land, no one survives an airship crash.