Two things are happening this week that caused me to bring a not-exactly-new collection of doors to the festival. One, work is driving me crazy. Two, I love these barns! To be clear, these are all new photos. They’re just new photos of barns, some of which you’ve no doubt seen before. Still, there’s a... Continue Reading →
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!
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 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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This makes 11 weeks in a row that I've enjoyed a weekly break. I've been enjoying these writing-free Sundays, but I am getting anxious to get back at the keyboard. Sometimes, when people start a temporary change, it becomes the new normal. Don't look for that to happen here. For today, please enjoy a few... Continue Reading →
We are fast approaching Labor Day in the US. That marks the end of summer in many ways. Students return to the classroom. School buses return to the highways. We go back to only being able to wear jeans on Fridays, and maybe I'll start writing something on Mondays. For now, let's stick with some... Continue Reading →
Teagan’s new serial is ready to take on passengers. Get on board and let the journey begin.
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Saturday, August 10, 2019
Pixabay (image altered by Teagan)
Welcome, my chuckaboos! I warn you in advance that I’m flying by the seat of my pantser pants even more than usual today. My week has been so full of insomnia and interruptions, it’s no wonder Émeraude is looking like a worry wart.
This week’s random reader things:
Thanks to Dan Antion for letting me use his photos as I am able for this serial.
Original photo by Dan Antion. Tomfoolery by Teagan.
Last time, in Chapter 1 — Dance we met Jaspe and Amethyst (a purple clockwork spider). Jaspe seemed to see something troubling in the distance, but he wouldn’t admit it. This time you will meet Agate and Blue…
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I'm sharing a few pictures that didn't fit anywhere else, so they can be here where there's no subject. Just another empty Monday following a good weekend. I hope you all had a nice break, and I hope you're off to a good start on this week. Thanks for visiting here. I'm sticking with the... Continue Reading →
Part of the Chinese Community Church - close-up of the door. The last day I was in Washington, DC, I had an early meeting in the city. I took the local subway (Metro) into Union Station and walked from there to the meeting site. It was still cool enough to walk the roughly 1.3 mi... Continue Reading →
As much as I subscribe to Ricky Nelson’s theory on what to do if you can’t please everyone, this time, I’d appreciate your input. I’ll give you a tiny (I saw that eye-roll) bit of backstory. Last Thursday, I composed a Doors post while using my iPad on a train. I used the Block Editor,... Continue Reading →
As has been my practice this summer, I will be (mostly) only sharing photos today. I tried using the Block Editor (Guttenberg) to prepare this post like the one I did on Thursday. That train derailed. I'll explain later, especially if I ever figure it out. This is the entrance to the escalator I shared... Continue Reading →