We return to the world of the Long Nines for a story set in the traditional home of that infamous gang of pirates: the East Indies. It occurs prior to the Cannon stories published to date, in late 1927. I’ve … Continue reading
Category Archives: Nathaniel Cannon and the Hunt for the Majestic Commentary
A little hinting at Emma’s background here. I want to expand that into a fuller story sometime. If you purchase (or have already purchased) the e-book edition of Nathaniel Cannon and the Lost City of Pitu, you get access to … Continue reading
Sorry for the late post today. I got back from my eclipse camping trip late last night, and didn’t have the wherewithal at that time to come up with a post. I present these pictures as penance for my tardiness. … Continue reading
It turns out when I forget to update the website at the start of the week with both entries for the week, I usually forget Friday after I forget Tuesday. If you haven’t checked out the new Twitter account @manywordspress … Continue reading
Sorry for the lateness of last week’s Friday post; I only got it up on Labor Day. I’ve been playing some BattleTech Against the Bot by means of MekHQ and Megamek. Expect some after-action reports on the Soapbox soon. On … Continue reading
I have a busy few weeks coming up, so there may be schedule interruptions ahead. I’ll try to keep you abreast of them, or perhaps scrounge some old stories to run in the meantime. Thanks for reading!
Being neither a smoker nor one well-versed in smoking history, I had to look up whether lighters were a going concern in the late 1920s. Turns out they were; this Ronson ad dates to 1927.
Here we have Marcel Lecocq getting himself into trouble. And, on that note, we’re back. I hope to be on a more or less normal schedule through November, with the possible exception of Thanksgiving.
I realize I missed last Thursday, but I’m still taking Thanksgiving off. See you next Tuesday!
It’s been a long time in coming, but finally, there’s more story. I can’t promise anything beyond this week, though. My wife and I are moving in about two weeks, so that’s necessarily taking most of my time.