1920s Covers Revealed!

Teagan shows off two – that’s right, two – sweet looking covers. One for her upcoming 1920s serial story, and one for her Flapper Dictionary. I can’t wait to get a copy of that!

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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Welcome to Jazz Age Wednesdays and a double cover reveal!

That’s right not just one, but two covers — both for Roaring Twenties books.  

I’ve brought along a couple of 1920s musicians to liven up this celebration.

I love making book covers and promo images.  Today I’m double excited to reveal two of the designs I’ve created for my upcoming books.

First, and most importantly, the third book in my Roaring Twenties series will launch this autumn.  It continues the adventures about the flapper, Pip and her friends.  Here’s the cover for A Ghost in the Kitchen.  

A Ghost in the Kitchen by Teagan Ríordáin GenevieneA Ghost in the Kitchen by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

Announcing my first non-fiction book!

During seven years of publishing stories with a Roaring Twenties setting here at my blog, in addition to the books about Pip, Granny Phanny, and their friends, I’ve done a lot of research.  That…

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  1. Happy Friday, Dan! It’s pos-i-lutely the berries that you’re sharing this post. Yes, I’m excited about both of these books. “A Ghost in the Kitchen” is the third novel for Pip and her friends.
    Paisley Idelle Peabody, Pip, is not my only flapper to have stories. Since I’ve been collecting Roaring Twenties slang for quite a few years, I decided to make a companion volume of it. That will probably be released a number of weeks after the fiction novel.
    Thanks again. You’re the cat’s pajamas!

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