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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 30

Chapter 30

December 1908

Sam had his team working on technologies he secretly intended for the shipyard: higher capacity batteries, more efficient pumps, and stronger rivets, among them. 1,406 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapters 28 and 29

Author’s Note: Chapter 28 is very small, so today you get two-for-one. Also, I’ll be giving you three posts a week from now on. It’s a long book! 4,045 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 27

Chapter 27

January–April 1908

“I’d like to see some colorful perennials along this border,” said a soft, whispery voice. Casey, engrossed in the garden design Mrs. 3,036 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 26

Chapter 26

September 1907–January 1908

They spent the week never more than a few feet from each other. He took her hunting and fishing, they fell asleep one night while counting the stars, swam in an inland pond, and made love all over the cottage and a few interesting places outside. 2,006 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 25

Chapter 25

August 1907

Helping himself to some of the raw greens that Casey insisted on serving at nearly every dinner, Tom paused to glare at Sam in surprise. 3,048 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 24

Chapter 24

July 1907

A whirlwind blew through the design department, as they started on the first drafts of the Olympic-class ships. Every man was drawing something, working meticulously from Lord Pirrie’s initial draft. 3,889 more words

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The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder, Chapter 23

Chapter 23

July 1907

“Lord Dunmore,” Sam said to Tom and Casey at dinner one night, “was delighted to hear about your engagement. He says he has worked with your father on various projects, Tom, so he knows who you are.” 2,541 more words

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