More from the Steampunk book
Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors. This is a sample from my latest work in progress, "A Designing Woman", and I hope you enjoy it. This is the start of the next chapter and introduces more of the family. Continuing from last week, Amanda's father and brother quiz her about the mysterious Mr. Williams.
(last weeks snippet).
She laughed, “Don't get too far ahead in your hopes. He's studying for the ministry, and I somehow cannot see myself as a minister's wife. Could you imagine me doing everything Mrs. Peabody does?”
This is a work in progress. Here are links on tablo and authonomy. Apparently Steampunk implies Victorian, Dieselpunk the 1920's. What-punk should a Regency period book be? Horse-punk isn't right.
Despite being told in no uncertain terms that "steampunk" meant Victorian with ubiquitous steam technology, I'm calling this steampunk, although given the amount of time they will later spend on the river, maybe "Steampunt" is better. Amanda is working on what will become the defining technology of the 19th century, steam. Although, a few things, like the Napoleonic war will get in the way.