Wow! What an awesome and exciting tour this has been! Did you miss an interview or book review?
No worries! Below is a short recap of all the fun reviews, guest posts, and interviews (with links).
First up, Mollie E. Reeder shares wonderful writing advice in this interview with New Authors Fellowship. Plus, if you’re curious about some of the inspiration behind her book concerning characters and her story world in The Electrical Menagerie, definitely give this a read!
A glowing book review from author and artist Kat Heckenbach sharing “It’s got that fun for all ages feel, too.”
I am so looking forward to more books in this series! And I know without a doubt I’ll be reading this one again.
Author Amber Stokes called The Electrical Menagerie “An Enthralling & Satisfying Fantasy.” Don’t miss reading the rest of her great review on her blog, Seasons of Humility!
This is so much fun! Mr. Arbrook Huxley from The Electrical Menagerie filled-in for Ms. Etiquette concerning her column “Eleanor Etiquette” in this guest post on H. L. Burke’s blog and the answers are quite splendid. His secret of success is a good one if you’re curious! 😉
Author Kyle Robert Shultz had to go deep undercover for this interview with the characters of The Electrical Menagerie. He claims “It was totally worth it” and the laughs it brought on, many readers would second.
Another wonderful review of Mollie E. Reeder’s The Electrical Menagerie at Bold Reads! If you are in need of a story that inspires creativity, be sure to give this book a read.
Are you a steampunk reader and looking for your next read in this genre? Don’t miss Inspired Chaos review of The Electrical Menagerie and all the wonderful things she shared about it!
Ready to get a glimpse into the world of Mollie E. Reeder’s The Electrical Menagerie? Stop by J. L. Mbewe’s blog as readers experience Andromeda’s first audition through this flash fiction piece!
I’m not one for rereading books but The Electrical Menagerie is one I’ve already read twice and will likely read again.
This was another fantastic review of The Electrical Menagerie at The Bibliophile of Beaverton!
Curious about some of Mollie E. Reeder’s screenplays? What about her first story? (It is adorably awesome.) Stop by Bethany A. Jennings‘ blog to discover Mollie’s answers!
The Elven Padawan did a fun double feature! She shared a review of The Electrical Menagerie and recommends it to “anyone looking for a fun read filled with great characters and a mystery that twists and turns and keeps you riveted the entire time.” Not only that, but she is sharing a flash fiction piece by Mollie with a glimpse at Dominic’s origin story, the “fan-favorite” electrical butler.
Tea, music, and new projects are all in this interview on author Shannon A. Hiner’s blog! Plus, who wins in a fight: a griffin or a hippogriff? Mollie answers all.
A fun character interview involving a story of an electrical rabbit, an author interview with encouraging writing advice, and a magical review can all be found on Katelyn Buxton Books!
Enjoy stories with amazing worldbuilding? Author K.M. Carroll shares that The Electrical Menagerie has excellent worldbuilding and is a “smashing good read.”
Lastly, get to know Sylvester Carthage better in this great interview on The Book Sprite! What pushes him to win the competition? How did he and Arbrook Huxley meet?
Want to know more about the book or where you can purchase it? Scroll down to read more!
About the Book
The Electrical Menagerie, one-of-a-kind robotic roadshow, is bankrupt.
Sylvester Carthage, illusionist and engineer, has the eccentric imagination the Menagerie needs to succeed creatively — but none of the people skills. Fast-talking Arbrook Huxley, meanwhile, has all the savvy the Menagerie needs to succeed commercially — but none of the scruples.
To save their show, Carthage & Huxley risk everything in a royal talent competition, vying for the chance to perform for the Future Celestial Queen. In this stardust-and-spark-powered empire of floating islands and flying trains, a shot at fame and fortune means weathering the glamorous and cutthroat world of critics, high society, and rival magicians —but with real conspiracy lurking beneath tabloid controversy, there’s more at stake in this contest than the prize.
Behind the glittery haze of flash paper and mirrors, every competitor has something to hide… and it’s the lies Carthage & Huxleytell each other that may cost them everything.
“Dazzles from start to finish. In Carthage & Huxley, Sherlock & Watson fans will find another dynamic duo whose ready wit and sizzling banter (and inevitable personality clashes) never fail to delight. You’ll be calling for an encore performance.” Gillian Bronte Adams, author of The Songkeeper Chronicles
“The stuff that fandoms are built on.” Kyle Robert Shultz, author of Beaumont & Beasley
About the Author
Mollie’s first job was with a major theme park, where she operated a roller coaster, fixed parade floats, and helped Scooby-Doo put on his head. Now, Mollie is a movie producer and the author of character-driven science fiction/fantasy novels for adults who never outgrew imagination. Her favorite things include Jesus, dinosaurs, and telling cinematic stories that blend glitter and grit.