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February 23rd, 1868

I'm doomed.

Last night, while catching up on some commissions from Lady Shadley, I received a blue note. Lady Montague and Sister Sinclair wish to see me. It seems they heard about Istanbul.

I'm going to die. As kind a Vampire as Sister Sinclair is, Lady Montague is a reknowned harridan, which is probably how she beat out the Abbess of Araluz and the Duchess of Chalfont for Bluestocking Chairwoman. I wouldn't be surprised if those rumors about her kin in County Cork are true. She is unnaturally fond of moon-gazing and she is obsessed with wolves.

Note to Self: Buy three new pairs of blue silk stockings. There's talk of making disgraced members "hang by their hose", so I may as well go prepared.

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steamlad
Feb. 25th, 2008 12:12 am (UTC)
((Out of character)) Just so you know, your stories are awesome. I don't want you to think we don't appreciate them because of the lack of comments. The stuff you've written so far is very fanciful and definitely fits with the ideas we have for Steam Century. The only comment I would like to make, and this is extremely minor, is that we have the Steam Century timeline currently set at the year 1900. But seeing as your writing this as a journal I don't know if you've taken that into account already and are just writing about past adventures.

Anyway, as I said before, the stuff your putting up is awesome. Please keep up the good work. Hopefully we will get some more of the Badger crew posting up here soon to add to the stories.

Take care,
Jeremy
twistdfateangel
Feb. 28th, 2008 04:51 am (UTC)
((Oh, crud. I can inch the dates forward. I run the Rosenkavalier Girls as 1860's because as a seamstress, I just like the fashions more. Then again, the year doesn't matter. I'll leave the year mostly blank so it's easier for everyone involved!))

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