I never felt satisfied with the steampunk pics of Lousiette – her outfits were never right. Then she wandered out in her onesie holding Daddy’s extendable magnet – and it all came together at last.
How adorable!! I love how well it all goes together, too – pulled together by that expression on her face (what is it, even, it’s not quite determination, not quite exasperation either, but it’s PERFECT) and the way she’s got one hand up to the goggles.
jaqbuncad: The goggles were a Christmas present from CJ’s parents, and I wondered if they’d simply freak her out – they don’t; she finds them hilarious. And that’s how the idea of steampunking her happened.
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I am an Australian writer of young adult adventure fantasy and steampunk including interactive fiction (digital Choose Your Own Adventure stories).
My debut novel, HEART OF BRASS, is the beginning of the Antipodean Queen series and is available in print and digital formats anywhere in the world. OdysseyBooks.com.au
My interactive fiction is all listed at ifdb.tads.org under "Felicity Banks".
Contact me: fellissimo[at]hotmail[dot]com
YES there is a mailing list for release dates and conference appearances. Just email me :)
I have also written as Louise Curtis.