Tag Archives: alchemy

  1. Steampunk Fair in Troy NY

    14 September, 2015 by katelaity

    I just found out about this yesterday, but I’m looking forward to finding out more. At the very least I …
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  2. Out in Paperback: Airships & Alchemy

    4 September, 2015 by katelaity

    Click the cover above to buy the paperback direct! Helen Rochester has a dream: unveiling her airship at the Paris …
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  3. Out Now: Airships & Alchemy ebook


    18 August, 2015 by katelaity

    Available now: Join the adventures of Helen Rochester, her raven Tuppence, the alchemist Maggiormente, his Venetian lion Eduardo, and the …
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  4. Cover Reveal: Airships & Alchemy

    17 August, 2015 by katelaity

    Coming very very soon: both the ebook and print versions of the novel! But first sigh in appreciation of this …
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  5. Airships & Alchemy: Afterword

    9 August, 2015 by katelaity

    Reader, she married him. Oh, not right away—in fact it took a rather long time for the promised event to …
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  6. 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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  7. Airships & Alchemy 14.6: Explosion

    5 July, 2015 by katelaity

    As the pilot opened the throttle there was a barely discernable increase in the purring hum of the engine. Helen …
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  8. Airships & Alchemy 14.5: Orléans

    28 June, 2015 by katelaity

    They had an easy time following the yellow flags along the route. Here and there people had gathered to watch …
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  9. Airships & Alchemy 14.4: Timing

    14 June, 2015 by katelaity

    Magic and sleight of hand: it was all right for the crowd, but winning the race would take more than …
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  10. Airships & Alchemy 14.3: Fireworks

    7 June, 2015 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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