Introductions

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21 thoughts on “Introductions

  1. You are terrific. I would love to taste tea in the UK and I have friends who’d like me to come, so perhaps one day. I think I have a future daughter-in-law that would enjoy going with me too and even a daughter.

    I agree with you on many points and am excited to read your posts. I don’t make it in here often, but will try more often. And like you, I like to be anonymous.

  2. If I had a dog I guess I\โ€™d dance to my iPod (if I had an..you get the pictureโ€ฆ).Love the fact that you are a Tea Drinking Transatlantic Steam Punk Wordsmith.The World needs more of you (us!).Discovered you on Chuck Wendigs blog which is a revelation if not totally out there!

  3. Do you have a tutorial RJ on how to become a top Steampunker…? As a Robert (Bobby )Johnson disciple(who isn’t?) the Crossroads Cafe is one of my favourite haunts…

    1. I wish I did! As a beginning Steampunker myself, I’m always on the lookout for tips and how-tos, even with my writing! I’ve tried to devour everything Steampunk within my grasp. But being in an English village limits my con trips and work limits my festival attendance.

  4. Fascinating. Going to roll my red supersized icosahedron of doom and hope I get a 20… (and not leave it on 8, for Odin’s sake!) Then maybe I will understand this madness we call sanity… wait… what was I talking about?

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