For Hopeless Romantics-A Review and Look Back at “Somewhere in Time”

Hello Lovelies: I am a romantic fool. There, I said it. I am a sucker for a good rom com, but even more so for a classic romantic flick, like “Somewhere in Time”. If you’re more of a black heart, perhaps this review is better pushed aside. For my sappy happy darlings, read on. On October 3, 1980, the deliciously sweet “Somewhere in Time” graced movie screens for the first time. It is a story of a man reaching through the past to find an apparent lost love. Although not truly steampunk, it does have lovely Edwardian sensibility and style … Continue reading For Hopeless Romantics-A Review and Look Back at “Somewhere in Time”

Intro to The Lafayette Square House Tour, Steampunk/Victorian Architecture, Home, and Garden – A Steampunk Journal Series

Every first weekend of June, the Lafayette Square neighborhood of St. Louis, MO USA holds its annual summer house and garden tour. I have done this tour several times and it never disappoints. The Painted Ladies Lafayette Square was built … Continue reading Intro to The Lafayette Square House Tour, Steampunk/Victorian Architecture, Home, and Garden – A Steampunk Journal Series

It Was a Disaster! The May 27, 1896 St. Louis Great Cyclone: A Steampunk Journal Series About Unfortunate Events

I’ve been fascinated by storms, even after surviving one as a child in my hometown of St. Louis. I’m a storm spotter for the U.S. National Weather Service. I’ve taken some incredible pics of lightning and cloud formations. But my … Continue reading It Was a Disaster! The May 27, 1896 St. Louis Great Cyclone: A Steampunk Journal Series About Unfortunate Events

Get a Sneak Peek at The Storm by Victoria L. Szulc from the “Lafayette to London” the Society Series, v.3

Chapter 2-The Storm Early Morning, May 27, 1896 The day had started like any other. Kate and Lord Wilson rose early as they had for the last several months. But for the month of May, their early starts had been … Continue reading Get a Sneak Peek at The Storm by Victoria L. Szulc from the “Lafayette to London” the Society Series, v.3