Straight-Laced Saturday — Cornelis Drebbel 2

I shall, of course, share this and it is my first time reading it so I am indeed intrigued.

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Saturday, September 1, 2018

Cover Copper Alchemist Woman n TrousersIf you saw my Wednesday post, then you know that I’m trying to lighten my workload for awhile.  To do that, and to prepare you for what will eventually be coming next, I’m re-running a past “three things” style serial.  It’s Copper, the Alchemist, and the Woman in Trousers — a steampunk serial with a Victorian setting. 

For what does that prepare you?  After I’ve finished editing Atonement in Bloom and doing some book-izing work for the Pip-verse, I will begin an all new serial — The Skull of the Alchemist.  Another three things, pantser story with you, dear reader, providing the random things!  That new, eventual story will be a follow-on to these reruns. 

Previously with Copper, the Alchemist, and the Woman in Trousers

Copper curious w-greenOur narrator, the woman in trousers, discovered Copper, an intriguing little girl.  While the story didn’t “tell me” the…

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One response to “Straight-Laced Saturday — Cornelis Drebbel 2

  1. Thanks so much for sharing, Dyanna. It was wonderful to have you on the Hullaba Lulu dieselpunk train. So I’m thrilled that you’re on the steampunk locomotive too!
    Rerunning this serial is all a prelude to me finally doing an all new serial — taking random “things” from readers. I’ve missed doing that. So a new one will begin when this one reaches the end of the line. Hugs!

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