Category Archives: serial

  1. The Height of Absurdity: The Wager 1.4

    26 January, 2016 by katelaity

    Nolan piped up. ‘For one thing, you’re not married.’ Much mumbled grumbling followed as the others brought up their obligations …
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  2. The Height of Absurdity: The Wager 1.2

    12 January, 2016 by katelaity

    ‘Yes, the tape only goes out as far as the object to be measured, like so,’ he raised his arm …
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  3. New Serial: The Height of Absurdity

    5 January, 2016 by katelaity

    Yes, we begin our third serial here today: first came the gothic amusement of The Mangrove Legacy, next the high-flying …
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  4. Airships & Alchemy 14.7: The Conflagration

    26 July, 2015 by katelaity

    Helen looked with alarm for Tuppence. The bird had flown close to the fire. Surely every fibre of its being …
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  5. Airships & Alchemy 14.3 – Dramatic and Foolhardy

    26 October, 2014 by katelaity

    Everyone laughed. Eduardo couldn’t tell whether to be pleased by their mirth, but he chose to think it was in …
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  6. Airships & Alchemy 14.2 – Common and Uncommon

    19 October, 2014 by katelaity

    It was funny how her heart fluttered a little at the sight of the alchemist. You’re being very foolish, Helen …
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  7. Airships & Alchemy 14.1 Every Confidence

    12 October, 2014 by katelaity

    It was the day of the great race. Paris seemed to have taken the matter to heart and the papers …
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  8. Holiday

    10 August, 2014 by katelaity

    I shall be away with the fairies at LonCon3 and then ShamroKon before returning to teach in New York. This …
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  9. Airships & Alchemy 13.9 — Like Michelangelo

    3 August, 2014 by katelaity

    Maggiormente turned his face to the wind and hoped that it would calm his brain. He was unaccustomed to thoughts …
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  10. Airships & Alchemy 13.7 – Sparks

    13 July, 2014 by katelaity

    Helen started the motor. As the flywheel turned, there was a bright shower of sparks. It was as if a …
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