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Jon Del Arroz Is Authoring Sci-Fi And Defying Stereotypes

Excerpt of cover art to,
For Steam and Country.
Jon Del Arroz is a Hispanic science fiction author with a rising profile. He’s already published quite a bit of work and has more ready to debut in 2018. In addition to this, Del Arroz is defying media stereotypes, with his involvement in the Vox Day-led Alt*Hero being one such example of his breaking the mold.

Hollywood in Toto profiled Del Arroz in June of 2017, and PJ Media published an article about him on Jan. 3. His isn’t a household name yet but he seems to be doing all that he can to make it one. He has a sizable catalogue of stories that range from novels to comic books. His latest full-length work is a young adult novel called, For Steam and Country: Book One of the Adventures of Baron Von Monocle.

“It’s just a fun steampunk fantasy about a girl who inherits an airship and finds herself in the middle of a war,” Del Arroz said about the book. “It’s got great reviews and people love it. I kind of think of it as the Star Wars of steampunk, a genre that’s been underserved with epic adventure,” he added.

And if you’re a fan of For Steam and Country, or if you’re a fan of steampunk in general, there’s good news: more novels in the series are on the way. “Book two is written, but I need to edit it,” Del Arroz said. “I am aiming for summer.”

But that isn’t all there is. He is hard at work on other stories. . . .

Read the entire article at The Loftus Party.