Okay so after a very LOOOOONG day of work, i found out that a lot of pages shared our beloved Pulguinha in his winged armour, as well as articles were written about it! :3
Words cannot tell how happy and grateful i am for all of this! THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH from the bottom of my heart for all the love and support!! <3 <3 <3
I’m sorry if i take too long to answer to all the messages, but i will answer to all asap!
Here are the articles <3 Thank you so much to Lauren Davis and John Farrier who wrote them. I am still speechless about it, just tears of joy running through my face :””’) <3
A lovely evening to all of you <3
Given that I don’t have any post on it yet, nor do I have much experience with the genre, here’s a masterlist of links that will hopefully help you when it comes to writing steampunk:
- Writing Steampunk Fiction: Tips
- Guide to Writing Steampunk (The Writing Café)
- Steampunk for Beginners
- Writing Steampunk Archetypes
- How to Write Steampunk
- So You Want To: Write a Steampunk Story (TV Tropes)
- 5 Tips to Writing a Steampunk
- 8 Tips and Tricks Every Steampunk Writer Should Know
- Steampunk Inspiration and How-To For Writers
- Kady Cross Steampunk Advice
- How Do I Write a Steampunk Story?
- Writing Steampunk (Book)
- Five Ways to Hop On the Steampunk Train
- Credible Steampunk and How to Write it Real
- Steampunk: A List of Themes
- Writing Steampunk
I wrote something for this thing and now this thing has a cover.
A Victorian Lady’s finishing touch—the chatelaine. (From Wikipedia)
A chatelaine is a decorative belt hook or clasp worn at the waist with a series of chains suspended from it. Each chain is mounted with a useful household appendage such as scissors, thimble, watch, key, vinaigrette, household seal, etc.
Chatelaines were worn by many housekeepers in the 19th century and in the 16th century Dutch Republic,where they were typically used as watch chains for the most wealthy. Similar jewellery was also worn by Anglo Saxon women, as seen from the burial record, but its function is uncertain. The name chatelaine derives from the French term châtelaine .
Reasons why you should get this book? We;ll show you!
Read the excerpt and check out these awesome sample spreads below!