First, another tale from Tallis Steelyard to add to the Gentlemen Behaving Badly blog tour. This one is all about the workings of a complicated automated caricordia of one Darset Dweel. To figure that out you have to read the story. Next, are two books of similar tales of Port Naain and environs on offer by Jim Webster.
The inimitable Tallis Steelyard has released not one, but two new books. These, and many other books by the author, can be purchased for a trifling sum via Amazon. Visit the Author’s Page by clicking HERE.
The Automated Caricordia of Darset Dweel.
Shena and I hadn’t finished breakfast when there was a knock on the door. I opened it and to my surprise I was greeted by a very junior footman wearing the livery of Mistress Bellin Hanchkillian. He bowed slightly and asked, “Mistress wished me to enquire if you know the story of the automated caricordia of Darset Dweel?”
“Indeed I do.”
“Thank you.” With that he bowed and left. I closed the door after him, turned towards Shena and in answer to her unanswered question, I merely shrugged. She poured me more coffee and together we finished our breakfast. I do like the days with a mid-morning tide.
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