Silver in the Mist by Emily Victoria My rating: 4 of 5 stars Devlin a young spy is given a mission to save Aris from the encroaching Mist. That requires magic. The spymaster is Devlin's mother and she is sending her on a mission to capture and bring back the great caster of the neighboring … Continue reading Silver in the Mist by Emily Victoria
Nice break in the routine Teagan, Good to see Artie again too.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Cosmos‑Flammarion, Anonymous 1888. Altered image Teagan R. Geneviene
Sheiks and Shebas, welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays. Today I have an all new story for you, from the Pip-verse. It’s a new collaboration with Chris Graham, the Story Reading Ape!
Chris is really busy with huge personal projects right now, so double thanks to him for working on this story with me. I’m also getting ready to start National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), so I will be busy (or overwhelmed). Anyhow what I’m trying to say is that I left the ending of this story open for a second part, incase we decide to come back to it when things (for both of us) settle down.
Over the years, we’ve done several short stories for the Pip-verse, adding Chris’ creation, Artie — a most extraordinary ape. Artie is back!
Pip & Artie in Outer…
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Lovely Story and very entertaining list. Another great story that made me smile Teagan.
Hello, everyone! We have a guest today. My thanks to John W. Howell, for agreeing to do a joint post with me, using one of his fabulous lists of what not to do! Actually, this post is already live at his blog, Fiction Favorites. Some of you have already visited there, so I thank you and I apologize for giving you a rerun.
John recently re-launched the first book in his “John J. Cannon” trilogy, My GRL. Click here for details. He also has the marvelous blog I mentioned above, Fiction Favorites. John uses a different theme for each day of the week. Mondays are a fun take on lists with Top Ten Things Not to Do. So now I present John’s part of this collaboration.
John W. Howell — take it away, my friend!
Top Ten Things Not to Do If You are Transported Back…
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Thanks for the great Friday afternoon entertainment. I was/am an Edgar Rice Burroughs fan in my younger day eons ago I used to consider hiding from my chores and reading one of his books the highlight of my day.
Young Lucille Ball as Pip
In my novella, The Three Things Serial – a Little 1920s Story, Pip dubs one of her friends “the astronaut man.” That character is Andy Avis and he writes science fiction stories (hence Pip’s nickname for him). He happens to have a gigantic crush on Mona.
In the novella, Andy is working on a re-imagining of A Princess of Mars. That is a science fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Andy would cast Mona in the titular part as Dejah Thoris.
Now, that is not the focus of the novella — it is a very small aspect of the story. However, I thought it would be fun to let you know more about it. Science Fiction was coming into its own in the Jazz Age with silent films.
Edgar Rice Burroughs, of course, became famous before the 1920s. He published A Princess of Mars
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