1920s Party — Three Things Serial Story

Great party happening. Lots of interesting guests. The excerpt is from a book I’m getting for Christmas (I know because I bought it for my wife to give me).

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Three Things Serial 1920s Party!  

Welcome! Come on in — join the fun.  We’re all dudded up in our snazziest clothes, ready to enjoy great dancing, food, and friends.  Yes, it’s a Roaring Twenties shindig.  So in a comment, leave a link to your books, blog, or to your favorite 1920s food, drink, or entertainment. That’s what makes the party.

ape-tuxedo-cigarDon’t panic!  That really is a great ape in his tuxedo, getting the buffet ready, but it’s none other than Chris The Story Reading Ape.  He’s dishing up the fruit cocktail, and yes, that is made with bananas!  

That’s Tess with him, putting some finishing touches on the Swiss steaks.  I see Andrea Stephenson has brought a delicious lemon meringue dessert.  Thanks for your help everyone.  It’s looking mighty tasty! You’re the bee’s knees.  

(Excuse me while I answer the door…)  KathrynCome in —…

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  1. Dan, you’re a delight. I can’t stop chuckling about the book gift. I hope you both enjoy it.
    Thanks very much for reblogging this. I hope all your friends here can make it over to the Roaring Twenties shindig. Mega hugs.

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      1. Oh you got the paperback. I’m flattered when people want to go to that expense. I feel bad that such a thin book is more than a couple of dollars… but that was the minimum they’d allow. Anyhow, I take pride in the technical work I did to produce the print copy, and the cover. Crazy, but it’s fun for me. More hugs.

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      1. LOL, that worked for me, Christine. :D I hope you enjoy the novella. I’m honored that you wanted the paperback. It actually works well for people who like to read in small doses, as the “things” made for extra-short chapters.
        Mega hugs.

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  2. Dan, this reminds me of how we buy many of our Christmas gifts for our girls. I buy the gifts, then tell my husband about them. When the girls open them on Christmas, my husband say, “Did I know about that?” or “I didn’t know about that.” :-) Last year I did buy a gift for me from my husband, but only because I was at the store, called him, and he said to just get. I didn’t care that it wasn’t a surprise, it was what I wanted. This year, I bought him a membership at the health club, as that’s what he asked for, and he knows, because he’s going to start going before Christmas.


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  3. Gifts and Christmas are always sources of joy and surprises. I tend to pack things all year round into a tub that I open in beginning of December to find myself almost finished with buying gifts.
    I like how you are so supportive of fellow bloggers, Dan. :)

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