Tag Archives: serial novels

  1. Interlude: The Caterpillar

    31 October, 2017 by katelaity

    THE CATERPILLAR Consider the poor caterpillar: Its voice is so very much shriller That when it desires to be heard …
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  2. The Height of Absurdity: Orkney 4.2

    24 May, 2016 by katelaity

    By stages we made our way to the northern edge of the land. Unfortunately I was left with the vague …
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  3. The Height of Absurdity: The Train 2.5

    1 March, 2016 by katelaity

    The gentleman sighed as if the memory haunted him still. ‘It was rather unexpected for they were leaving for Liverpool …
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  4. The Height of Absurdity: The Train 2.3

    16 February, 2016 by katelaity

    We enjoyed a bit of privacy for a time and chatted in a meandering way about this and that finding …
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  5. The Height of Absurdity: The Train 2.2

    9 February, 2016 by katelaity

    Tansy lifted his arm and pointed to the elbow with his other hand. ‘There is a spot there at the …
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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Airships & Alchemy 14.8: Finish Line

    2 August, 2015 by katelaity

    Helen sank back down against the edge of the gondola. Tuppence flew up and perched beside her, croaking a mile …
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  9. 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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  10. 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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