Tag Archives: serial novels

  1. Too Darn Hot

    28 August, 2018 by katelaity

    Your humble narrator is too sweltered to pen another chapter in the exciting serial. Please apply cooling balms and Italian …
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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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