Thursday, November 10, 2022
Thursday Doors to Indie Books
Welcome to my sanctuary. In this magical place, we can be any-when. Multiple whens might even colide. My mind is still in the 1920s with “A Peril in Ectoplasm.” When I think of that decade, I also think of all things Art Deco. That style often makes me think of sleek, highly polished metal. So, today I’m sharing a few relevant doors.
The stunning 1935 Bugatti Type 57s Aerolithe featured in my promo image above is actually from later than the setting of my story. How could I resist though? Note the intriguing shape of the car’s door. I found this informative short video. It shows the Bugatti’s door opening, the interior, and even the polished finishing under the hood. It also describes the kind of metal used.
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I hope you’ll take this armchair tour one step further and join me in the Teagan Zone for my latest novella. The Bugatti is not in this spooky story, but the characters drive a variety of vehicles, from coral-pink streetcars to a Minerva Towncar, a Chrysler Imperial 80 Convertible, and a rare Daimler Double-Six 50 Corsica Drophead Coupé.
A Peril in Ectoplasm: Just Once More
Seances, a psychic medium, warnings from a ghost, a manipulative fiancé, a woman who can’t go home, an older woman who might lose her job and home, a freakishly strong woman with a soul tie to an evil entity. All these things and people come together in 1920s Coral Gables, Florida.
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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. It’s hosted by Dan Antion. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
Thanks for opening this door. Hugs on the wing!
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