Archives for the month of: September, 2021

We have a cover! Teagan Geneviene​ has shared the cover for Journey 10 of Dead of Winter, Pergesca, and I can’t wait!

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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Welcome, my friends.  I’m hard at work on the October issue of Dead of Winter, so this post is just a quick cover reveal.  In the tenth installment of this epic fantasy, the travelers set out for the far away city which is the ancient seat of power of the Society of Deae Matres — Pergesca.  Those who are part of the Journeys will probably recognize the two men in the background for Hallgeir and his ancestor, Hallr.  In the foreground, Emlyn carries the legendary Red Eye.

Cover Reveal

Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca

Dead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca by Teagan Ríordáin GenevieneDead of Winter: Journey 10, Pergesca by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene

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Thanks for spending part of your day here.  I hope you can round out the month of September in a way that pleases you.  I love to hear from you, so friendly comments are encouraged. Hugs on the wing!

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Don’t miss today’s Teagan Geneviene​’s Armadillo Files. We have hilarious videos, lovely (well, sort of) owls, unusual contraptions, and intriguing goings on.

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Saturday, September 25, 2021

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You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.  It’s a new season, autumn for me.  Wherever you are, I hope the equinox brought you positive vibes. 

Featured Bloggers

This episode features “things” from Jill, aka J-Dubs at theGrin and Bear Itblog.  Thanks again to Timothy Price ofOff Center and Not Evenfor the use of his owl photos. 

Three Random Reader Things

Jill’s three things are fountain pen, uniform, and foldable motorcycleYou read that right.  Just before the second World War a foldable motorcycle was developed.  Here’s a page full ofinformation about them.  

Previously in The Armadillo Files

The trolley-looking spaceship carrying Delilah Faraday and Tatu Pinkerton, aka Fang, landed.  The ship started to bulge and contract and gave a warning about “Exit ship immediately. Grounding procedures commencing.”…

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Episode 7 of Teagan Geneviene​’s The Armadillo Files is irresistible, especially for owl lovers. Don’t miss it! You’ll get hooked!

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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Welcome to my sanctuary. You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.  

Featured Bloggers

Several of my author and blogger friends absolutely love owls — so much so that they are featured in their blog designs or names, or books.  Some who come to mind areOlga Núñez Miret, Viv Drewa, Fiza Pathan, and new followerBook OwlSpecial thanks to Timothy Price ofOff Center and Not Evenfor the use of his owl photo.  Click over to visit the many wonderful owls he encounters on his walks in New Mexico. Tim also has a blog category for his owl photos.

Three Owlish Things

On a whim (after all, this is spontaneously written), I’m stepping away from my story matrix list of three things from readers.  This episode of The Armadillo Files is driven my own three owlish things

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A short but intense episode of The Armadillo Files today, courtesy of Teagan Geneviene. What is going on?

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Saturday, September 11, 2021

Everyone here is aware of the significance of September 11th. It continues to trigger heartfelt pain in many of us. I begin this post with a moment of silence. Then I ask you to escape with me into something whimsical. Respectfully, I need us to be happy.

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Welcome to my sanctuary. You’ve reached The Armadillo Files. Get a flashlight, though. I had an extended computer problem, and my personal “stuff” was a big problem throughout the week. Reflective of my life, this episode went “offline” in a literal way. That said, this is a short chapter.

Random Reader Things

Fortunately I had a flashlight handy. It was one of a set of three random reader things from GP Cox. Another, coffee, has featured in the episodes, but that was specifically “instant.” Anyhow…

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Episode Five of the Armadillo Files is here. Great music, fantastic pics, and a story that is getting more and more intriguing and madcap! Thanks, Teagan Geneviene!

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Saturday, September 4, 2021

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You’ve reached The Armadillo Files.  Stand by for zaniness.  First, in case you missed it, Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement went live on Thursday.  Details on that at the end of this post.

Historic Tidbits

This week’s random reader things are from Pat at eQuips blog.  Here are some quick links about them.  Roadster is fairly obvious — a sporty, two-seater, convertible.  I found a terrific one that you’ll see in a moment.  The party-line phone dates back to the late 1800s. That’s a telephone circuit that is shared by multiple telephone service subscribers. It was a great way to collect gossip, because the other people in the loop didn’t always know if someone was listening-in on their conversations.

Thing number 3 is the most fun. You can learn all aboutpaint-on hosiery at this link…

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Dead of Winter, Journey 9, Doors of Atunement is here already! Congratulations to Teagan Geneviene. The wait is over.

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Thursday, September 2, 2021

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The September issue of Dead of Winter ready!

Welcome to my sanctuary.  Try not to let that giant eye worry you.  During the past ten days, I’ve put in so many long hours each day, but I’m on track and here to announce the latest novelette in Dead of Winter. 

To make Dead of Winter suitable to this series format, I’ve made lots of revisions. Although, I have not added many new scenes.  One the few new scenes is the prologue for this volume.

The character Lucetius, or Luce as Emlyn nicknames him, has been part of the Journeys since the beginning.  Although he was not identified for quite some time.  Now that he is taking a larger part in the story, I decided to write a scene from his point of view.  You’ll get to know Luce better in the…

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