T. E. MacArthur is an author, artist, and historian living in the San Francisco Bay Area with her constant companion, Mac the cat. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in History from Cal State University and spent many an evening in subsequent Anthropology, Geology, Criminal Investigation and Art classes. Writing remains, however, her passion. She has written for several local and specialized publications and was even an accidental sports reporter for Reuters with three national bi-lines. The Volcano Lady series is a two volume (for now)set to follow the adventures of Victorian lady scientist Lettie Gantry, and is her first in publication. To put it mildly, T.E. has a love for all things Victorian (history and clothing from 1870 – 1890 in particular) and is having a lifelong affair with the writings of Jules Verne.
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Every author needs a break or two from the great projects they hope to write. This is mine. While I was in Bath, I took the opportunity to pen down three pages. Of course, I used a good dip quill and decent paper, all while sitting in the parlor of…
The Blackfriars Courant is a delightful bit of Victorian yellow journalism, at its very best. Editor in Chief, Penelope Dreadfulle, snagged up some delightful comments for this interview. It is possibly the most innovative “review” The Volcano Lady and The Gaslight Adventures of Tom Turner has ever received. http://blackfriarscourant.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/exclusive-interview-with-tom-turner-scoundrel-or-hero/
In case you hadn’t heard, there is some exciting news to start off October. First, the Audio version of The Yankee Must Die (the Gaslight Adventures of Tom Turner #!) has been released. You can now order this audio book, narrated by the brilliant and talented Patrick R. Golden, on…