Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time

Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time

Steam! Noir! Revolution! Sasquatch! The creators of steampunk anthology Twelve Hours Later are back with a vengeance, and a lot can happen in thirty days!

Featuring Hugo Award winning author and master of alternate history, Harry Turtledove, Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: Thirty Adventures in Time contains 15 pairs of stories set 30 days apart.

Do you dare open the cover and lose yourself in time?

The clock is ticking …

About the Book
  • Revenge and greed threaten to tear apart lovers and families
  • Dragons wreak havoc and Sasquatches dabble in politics
  • Revolution is in the air, and in the streets
  • A cursed netsuke threatens to take the life of a young girl

Review from Rebecca Sky, literary reviewer for the Punkettes
“Need help steaming up your Summer? The other day I made myself a cup of tea and sat down to read the THIRTY DAYS LATER anthology put on by Thinking Ink Press. I wasn’t expecting the soirée of steam/clock infusion. I soon found my tea turning cold and me turning the next page. Thirty Days Later is full of interesting diverse stories that will appeal to a wide variety of readers with sightings of Royals, ghosts, dragons, Japanese folklore, spies, and even a Sasquatch(?!). While the packaging didn’t capture my attention, the high caliber creative content did. From Hugo award winning author to fresh new voices, this is one collection steampunk enthusiast should not judge by the cover.”

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About the Author
AJ Sikes

AJ Sikes writes noir urban fantasy and has published multiple short stories and the alternate history novels Gods of Chicago and Gods of New Orleans. He offers professional editing services to writers of speculative fiction, non-fiction, and academic material. He served in the U.S. Army, holds an MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, and taught university level ESL writing and composition courses. He’s a woodworker and toy builder in his spare time. AJ keeps a blog called Dovetails at where he talks about the similarities between woodworking and writing. Find out more about his editing services at