E.J. Blaine


E.J. Blaine has enjoyed a writing career best described as “eclectic.” While working as a trade journalist covering the telecommunications and energy industries, he moonlighted for a major media company, covering upcoming genre films for its print publication and writing movie reviews and other content for its web site. He produced background material and scenarios for a number of role playing games, and occasionally published short fiction. He attended the prestigious Clarion workshop for science fiction and fantasy writers.

He lived in Vancouver, British Columbia for several years where he attended film school and worked in the Canadian film industry as a story editor. While there, he also wrote film and comic book scripts, and did development work for animation and live action television.

Currently, Blaine lives in Virginia with his wife and infant daughter, where he is massively overextending himself in an attempt to write fiction while dealing with a very demanding baby.

E.J. Blaine tells stories because it's fun, and the best part of that is sharing them with readers and getting their reactions. You can find him online at ejblaine.com

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Airship Daedalus
The retro pulp adventures of Dorothy "Doc" Starr, Captain "Stratosphere" Jack McGraw and a diverse crew of compatriots from the Great War, as they are recruited by AEGIS to foil the evil machinations of Aleister Crowley's Astrum Argentum.


Airship Daedalus: Assassins of the Lost Kingdom
Series: Airship Daedalus. Price: $3.49 USD. Words: 70,580. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2017 by todd@deep7.com. Categories: Fiction » Alternative history, Fiction » Science fiction » Steampunk & retropunk
Strap in for high flying pulp adventure as ace pilot Jack McGraw and Dr. Dorothy Starr track a sinister occult society bent on murdering the captains of industry. Can the crew of the experimental airship Daedalus locate the hidden valley in the heart of the Himalayas and stop an old enemy before it's too late?

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