Getting ready for MIGHTY CON! Itinearary finalised, outfit and books shipped ahead. THIS photo is by Jeremiah Gurney (famous for his Bill Cody portraits), “A lady with a squirrel on her head”, no date, Carte de visite in the Private collection of Laddy Kite.
note: Turban of Hair. :-o ‘n critter. *blows smoke rings*
FASHION o’clock: How to put on those underly things (Edwardian). Thanks to my beta-reader for cluing me into this! Such stuff helps, even with Victorian subjects. ;) THIS illustration is: Dressing Rosalind Luteceby by *shoomlah at deviantArt. note: shoes on first!
Good Morning. ^v^ Nell Brinkley is our wake-up call.
This pic, “Illustrator Nell Brinkley and a little friend - 1908”. Already, she brings the future and the Gibson Girl is left behind. Read more as covered by herstorian Trina Robbins, here!:
#steampunk #kindle Scott Kinkade, author of the Infini Calendar, spotlights Dark Victorian: RISEN! Thx, Scott!
#amwriting 32K+ words on SUNDARK! \o/ Wut Ho! ^v^ we now feel like Curry. If only we’d a can of coconut milk in da house. >,.,\u003C http://on.fb.me/10s55Va
(eerie sounds) ‘Tis Nyte, ‘n FB wants me to tag all the spirits in this photograph. Very sophisticated, isn’t it? I thought it was a film still, but this photo captures a medium and her, um, communications. http://on.fb.me/19I9cPS
#steampunk #kindle THANKS to Worth Reading? for the Featured #book review of Dark Victorian: BONES! http://bit.ly/16aeoHP
whoosh! My THANKS to Ric, Art, and Bruce of the BOOK CAVE. I just finished a podcast with them which will go ‘live’ on Thursday. We discuss all things me, Dark Victorian, and more Dark Victorian. It was a really good time and am especially glad they enjoyed RISEN and are looking forward to book 3 (hello, must start writing). The BOOK CAVE: http://bit.ly/1bLB16u