Chapter 20 of Dragon Lady

“Everyone is a star in their own life,” chapter 20 of The Dragon Lady of Stockbridge, is now up and available. William Maverick, our villain, emerges from behind the curtain. Just what has he been up to? How did he get hold of Patty Leigh? For those of you who haven’t read the story before, you can start here.

I’ve two quick related matters to cover. First, I’ll be attending a sci-fi/fantasy convention soon, so I’m having a t-shirt for Dragon Lady made up. I’ll try to get a picture of me at the con wearing the t-shirt, and post it here.

Second, I now have 100 “followers” on this blog. (Maybe “regular readers” would be a better term?) My thanks to all of you for your interest, tolerance, and patience, in that order.

Perhaps an image of people applauding at the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson is not the most auspicious choice for the occasion

Perhaps an image of people applauding at the impeachment trial of Pres. Andrew Johnson is not the most auspicious choice for the occasion

(There used to be a third point, that Dragon Lady was now up on Goodreads. It was. It isn’t. I received an e-mail from them which in so many words indicates that serial blog publication is unacceptable.)

Normally, I extend this post by covering a related subject. However, because my related subject essay turned out to be only tenuously connected to Dragon Lady, I’ve done it up as another post, which I’ll put up right after this one.

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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