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Consumed: Concept Art, Round 2

Hi all,

Here are some other great conceptual designs created for the upcoming Victorian Thriller,”Consumed.”


Let us know what you think!?

Detective Sergeant John Davis… 223 more words

608: Victorian Inventions by Leonard de Vries

608.7: de Vries, Leonard. Victorian Inventions. New York: American Heritage Press, 1971. 192 pp.

Dewey Breakdown:

  • 600: Technology
  • 608: Inventions and patents
  • 608.7: Historical, geographic, and personal treatment of inventions and patents…
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Just 2 Weeks to Go...

Hello friends!

I made it safe and sound from my stint in Greece yesterday, and I am looking forward to two weeks of concentrated preparation for… 173 more words


Now On Amazon (Promo #1)

The fate of every soul rests upon his shoulders. His fate rests in the hands of a troubled, young girl.

It’s 1895 — the cusp of the Victorian and Edwardian eras — and Bartholomew Pelletier is a gentleman and a warrior. 157 more words

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Victorian typography at its crazy best

There’s no doubt the Victorian era has had a huge influence on typography trends of today- think hand-crafted script fonts, scrolls, condensed type and curved headings. 71 more words


10 Bizarre Dishes on Victorian Dinner Tables

The Victorians didn’t just carve off steaks and chops from cows, pigs, sheep, etc., and dump what was left of the carcasses into a sausage grinder. 1,286 more words

Weird Stuff

"How to Catch a Bogle" by Catherine Jinks

The Plot in 5 Sentences or Less:  Alfred Bunce and his apprentice Birdie work in Victorian era London as boglers, a kind of early ghostbusters that traps and kills nasty monsters and demons that haunt the dark places in cities and eat children.   190 more words

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