Books by Authors Who Never Existed–Steampunk Hybrid Story Blog 2

Mr. TLC and the Book Stealer     Part 1 As he scans the steeple roofed houses across the street, a long vehicle with a steam tank engine, dark windows, and copper green roof, pulls onto the curb in front of his house.  He peers closer as a man steps out the rear left door.  His shoulderContinue reading “Books by Authors Who Never Existed–Steampunk Hybrid Story Blog 2”

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  BOOK TWO  (Part Thirteen: Blog Sixty-Eight)

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  BOOK TWO  (Part Thirteen: Blog Sixty-Eight) By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris, co-authors of the Rita Walker series Amelie scowls as she is lowered down the side of the ship and into the sea.  The water is clear under the waves and she can see to the keel of theContinue reading “A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  BOOK TWO  (Part Thirteen: Blog Sixty-Eight)”

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Nine: Blog Fifty-Three)–Will continue in New Year!

This is the final blog in A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates! until the New Year. I will still be posting articles, book reviews, and if all goes well, more interviews.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Eight: Blog Fifty)

The Captain has returned with the rest of the crew to the Nagua. First Mate “One Eye” Olanis hears fascinating tales about the Horse People from “Wheel Turner” and “Ship Protector”.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Seven: Blog Forty-Three)

She realizes the screams are not coming from her dream, but are real, and happening.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part Six: Blog Thirty-Four)

Master Jo Anne asks Janet to sting a song to–safely–awake Master-at-arms ‘Dizzy Blade’ Sadie.

A Motley Sisterhood of Pirates!  (Part four: Blog twenty-One)

“We try sushi tomorrow!” Umi says with a devilish laugh as she puts her kimono robe back on and ties it tight with the sash.   

Rita Walker: Australia (Blog Six) by Dan Watt and Taylor Norris

At night she climbs up onto a dock near the Sydney Opera House and waits by one of the docked boats until she changes back.