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It's Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, and all the Empire is preparing to celebrate. But between suffragists, assassins, submariners, Scots impersonators, by-elections, and aunts, having a quiet holiday is proving to be a tricky matter for Elliott Graven and Paisley DeLoup. And with Alexander Graham Bell hosting a meeting that threatens to plunge the world into war (not to ...more
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Published April 1st 2010 by Sybertooth Inc
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I was first drawn to Knights of the Sea by the hilarious cover art. Now, having read the book, I can say two things: First, the art is accurate! Every element of the cover design — wolf, capsized boat, ghostly damsel, and lemon — is present in the plot. Second, the book is just as funny as the cover, and in a very good way.

In the previous THE WELLBORN CONSPIRACY book, Sporeville, Elliott Graven made a powerful enemy in the dastardly Professor Strange. As Knights of the Sea begins, he survives a
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My third book - and first collection of short stories - came out July 2012. It's called "Ether Frolics". It's shortlisted for the 2012 Danuta Gleed Literary Award: http://www.writersunion.ca/news/short...

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"This collection of nine short stories is a true jaw-dropping jewel of a book..." -Aly Grauer, Doctor Fantastique's Show of Wonde
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