Hidebound Hump Day — Cornelis Drebbel 20

This week in Teagan Geneviene’s serial Copper, The Alchemist and the Woman in Trousers, we can at last call The Woman in Trousers her real name….no I am not going to tell you.. you need to go over to find out. Also this week for once the three on the run get to dress in decent clothes and sit down for a good meal and conversation… and another secret is revealed… now you have two reasons to go over and read this episode. #recommended.

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Wednesday, December 5, 2018 

Steampunk Fish Eugene_Ivanov_2439Eugene Ivanov, public domain image

Welcome back to Hidebound Hump Day.  Find your seat on the #SteamPunk train.  We’re headed for another episode of Copper, the Alchemist, and the Woman in Trousers. 

Many have been enjoying the imaginative art from Eugene Ivanov.  I found several available as public domain images.  However, this is the last one I have.  It’s been a pleasure to shine a spotlight on his wonderful artwork.  This one is especially appropriate to the story.  That’s because in the 1600s, the real-life Cornelis Drebbel invented the first navigable submarine!

For weeks I’ve been dropping subtle hints about the character Ignatius Belle.  This episode will reveal something about the handsome innkeeper.  But will it add transparency to the tale or will it thicken the plot?  Will it be a reason to trust him?  You’ll have to decide for yourself, because the steam locomotive…

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