Saturday, November 14, 2020
Aero-cab Station Jean Marc Cote 1899, Wikipedia
Welcome back to the steampunk riverboat, my chuckaboos!
As if drafting a novel in 30 days wasn’t enough… Well, I already intended to
Random Reader Things
Weeks ago, Dyanna Wyndesong asked me to use the Victorian slang word bricky again. It’s such a fun word, that of course I use it whenever I can. This time I wanted to make sure I gave her a shout-out. Thanks again to Dan Antion‘s for letting me use his photos.
As this paddle-wheeler has traveled the river, some of the passengers have left. First, the Harveys — a newlywed couple and their bratty nephew. An early encounter with the kid’s pranks had our heroine dangling precariously over the railing. With enough passenger protest, the Captain put the trio ashore in Chapter 27.
Last time the circumstances…
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