Thursday, September 2, 2021 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 … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 9, Doors of Attunement
Wednesday, August 11, 2021 The August issue of Dead of Winter is here! Welcome everyone. Thanks for visiting my sanctuary. The “lost library” is one of the mental places where I like to relax. Although, in Dead of Winter, it may not be a safe harbor. Our characters definitely need to proceed with caution. In Journey … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library
Wednesday, July 28, 2021 Hello, everyone. It’s hard to believe that July is almost gone. Where does the time go? This is only a quick post. I’m trying not to freak out, with “Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library” and the new blog serial — which I hope to launch this Saturday, competing for … More Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal, Dead of Winter: Journey 8, The Lost Library
Wednesday, July 21, 2021 Welcome, everyone. Mother Nature has been wreaking havoc across her planet. Wherever you are, I hope you are safe and well. I have multiple pots on the fire. This one won’t be mentioned very often. However, since the new serial platform, #KindleVella just became available to readers, I’m dedicating a post … More Wednesday Writing — Pride & Flowers, Prejudice & Dirigibles
Wednesday, July 14, 2021 Welcome, all. Even though I engage in full-on whimsy, and often pantser (fly by the seat of my pants) through stories, everything I do is for a reason. Today I’m explaining what undoubtedly seems like a strange quirk on my part — the color green. That also relates to a character … More Wednesday Writing — Research & Character Creation
Saturday, July 10, 2021 I’m ba-ack! I was finally able to leave those despicable jerks at TDS Telecom who insisted for nearly two years that nothing was wrong with any portion or aspect of my Internet service — no matter that it went dead multiple times a day — and I do not mean slow, … More Poll Results — Winner of Mode of Transportation
Wednesday, July 7, 2021 July is here, and so is the latest issue of Dead of Winter! NOTE: Sadly, my TDS Telecom Internet is completely out. They can’t send a tech this week. So, l am not able to be as present as l would like. Welcome everyone. To those in the USA, I hope you enjoyed … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 7, Revenant Pass
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Hello, everyone. Today we bid farewell to June. However, it is still June. The July issue of “Dead of Winter” is on schedule for release on the first Wednesday of the month. (Although I don’t commit to a firm publication schedule, that’s my own generally desired date.) I’m sharing some of … More Wednesday Writing — Beware the Fearsome Boobrie!
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Happy hump day everybody. June has flown by for me. I guess that’s just as well, because if it had lingered, it would have been burned to a crisp. I know I’m not the only one talking about the heat, and I do know that I’m fortunate, but it’s still stinkin’ … More Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal & #BookReviews
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 One of Dan Antion‘s baseball playing crows stopped to check things out. Promo image by Teagan, crow by Dan. Olga Núñez Miret provides not just a double-feature review of both the May and June issues of “Dead of Winter,” but reader guidance through the story. Click over and join the … More #BookReviews — Olga Núñez Miret on Dead of Winter 5 & 6
Wednesday, June 9, 2021 Hello, all. I have two seemingly unrelated words for today: fell and symmetry. Fell Since I’ve always lived in the USA, some things that sound unusual or unique to me, might seem ordinary to people living in the United Kingdom or Europe. However, I’m talking about my own process. Years ago, … More Wednesday Writing — Settings and Terms
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 Update: The paperback is now also available. Universal purchase link: relinks.me/B096CPJNSX Welcome June — and welcome to you too, everyone. Last month the May issue of “Dead of Winter” ended with a ginormous cliffhanger at “Llyn Pistyll Falls.” Today I’m pleased to announce Journey 6, the Fluting Fell, and get us … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 6, The Fluting Fell
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 Gratitude May is Get Caught Reading Month. I meant to do something special for that this year, but things like the kitchen sink blowing up — sending the faucet flying across the room — and a fountain spewing up to the ceiling sort of made me forget. You wouldn’t have caught … More May is Get Caught Reading Month
Saturday, May 15, 2021 Welcome, my chuckaboos. I hope everyone is safe and well. The Delta Pearl is back. By way of review, here’s a link to the most recent episode. This new installment also ties back to Chapter 67 — View. This time I was able to use a random reader thing. It is … More The Delta Pearl 73 — Unbend
Saturday, May 8, 2021 Hello, my chuckaboos. Thanks for coming to the river. It’s good to see you, but I just didn’t have the energy to make a Delta Pearl post for today. Everything is fine, but the past seven days have been overflowing with… stuff. One good thing was that I was able to … More Stay Tuned
Wednesday, May 5, 2021 Hello again, everyone. The deadline for giveaway entries passed at 5 PM. Random number generators make this so easy that I’m announcing the winners tonight. Remember this includes entries from a Facebook post I did yesterday before the geeky-gishy-giddyness of the number 5 took hold of me. I will reach out … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — Giveaway Winners
Wednesday, May 5, 2021 Happy Cinco de Mayo! Hello, everyone. Welcome to a celebration of synchronicity! It’s May 5th, and today I announce the fifth Journey of “Dead of Winter.” No I did not plan this in advance. Update! The paperback is now available too. Universal link: relinks.me/B0942KC471 When I realized the timing, I got all geeky-gishy-giddy. … More Announcing — Dead of Winter: Journey 5, Llyn Pistyll Falls — and a Giveaway!
Monday, February 1, 2021 When I was a little girl, there were a few times when a group of kids would gather in the garage part of my parent’s modest home, because they liked the games I made up. One boy had the brilliant idea that we should take turns telling ghost stories. So, we … More A Visit from Roberta Eaton Cheadle & a Ghost!
Thursday, January 28, 2021 Happy Thursday. I’m working hard to have the next “Journey” of Dead of Winter published on time, even though I don’t set firm dates for that. …And somehow, heaven help me, an episode of The Delta Pearl for this blog. Since I didn’t get to my regular Wednesday Writing post, I’m making a quick … More Thursday Doors — Book Cover Designs
Wednesday, December 9, 2020 Announcing a new page at Teagan’s Books… Ríordáin Book Cover Designs You are not mistaken — the title and author name are missing from the cover above. For several months, I’ve been creating a collection of book cover designs. I’ve finally gotten up the nerve to offer them. Designed and ready, … More Wednesday Writing — Book Cover Designs
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 Every now and then Diana Wallace Peach talks about her muse. In fact, she has more than one. She gets other authors talking about their muses. I listen, mystified. Apparently most authors have a muse — or several. Then I usually respond with the complaint that I don’t seem to have … More Wednesday Writing — Meet the Muse
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 Welcome to my sanctuary, and happy hump day. It’s with pleasure that I bring you Design Nature for a Colorful Home, a new book by Valentina Cirasola. She’s an interesting and talented person, so I hope you’ll also check out her blog. Here’s the Blurb “Nature always wears the colors of … More Wednesday Writing — New Book by Valentina Cirasola
Wednesday, October 21, 2020 Welcome to my nightmare… I mean sanctuary! Today I invite you in, for some nightmarish thoughts. That sounds like a contradiction (sanctuary and nightmare), but after all, it’s October and Halloween is near. My nightmare worked out. Eventually. Or maybe I should stretch that out, e-v-v-v-e-n-t-u-u-u-a-a-l-l-y. Because it took a long … More Wednesday Writing — Winter’s Nightmare or Why It Took 10 Years
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Wow… 20 20 20 and the Roaring Twenties. Treasure of the blogging community, Sally Cronin blogged several new books, including “Hullaba Lulu” along with Robbie Cheadle‘s marvelous review. In case you missed the last stop on Lulu’s launch tour, I was at Teri Polen’s Bad Moon Rising event. Click over and … More Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore Author Updates #Reviews #DieselPunk Teagan Riordain Geneviene — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Welcome to my sanctuary, and happy hump day. It’s time for a vote — but a fun one. We’re not voting on the book cover though. I’m getting ahead of myself. First things first. Drumroll… Cover Reveal It’s not a book, not exactly. It’s not a blog serial. However, it is coming … More Wednesday Writing — Cover Reveal & Vote
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 Today I’m in Oregon with the Empress of Fantasy, Diana Wallace Peach. (Yes, Diana. I really did have to give you that title. How could I resist?) Diana has taken time out from her own book launch to let me visit her blog with my novella Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure. … More D Wallace Peach hosts Hullaba Lulu at Myths of the Mirror
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Since I’ve been reblogging the other stops of the launch tour for “Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure,” I didn’t want to leave out Olga Núñez Miret and the marvelous introduction she did at her blog. The trouble was, WordPress.org (her platform) and WordPress.com (this one) don’t seem to get along very well. … More Hullaba Launch! With Olga Núñez Miret
Friday, October 2, 2020 Lulu is from New York. She was disappointed when Valentino’s dieselpunk train took the gang to Atlantic City, rather than some faraway place of which she’d only dreamed. Cheer up, Lulu! Today we are in South Africa with the multi-talented Robbie Cheadle! Robbie included a breathtaking review of Hullaba Lulu with … More Robbie Cheadle Reviewed “Hullaba Lulu” — book launch at Robbie’s inspiration
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Sheiks and Shebas, come on in. Welcome to the official launch for Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure! Thanks for coming out in your glad rags. Just give your coat, hat, and gloves to one of the angel-bots. Those automatons are excited to take care of anything you need. They’re bouncing on … More Wednesday Writing — Hullaba Launch!
Friday, September 25, 2020 Yes, you are in the right place. Welcome to my sanctuary. I’m here, off my usual Wednesday and Saturday schedule, because today I have a guest. Author, blogger, and fount of moral support, John W. Howell is here with his latest novel. I’m handing the reigns over to John and he’s … More John Howell’s Latest Book! Eternal Road
Wednesday, January 8, 2020 Announcing my first non-fiction book! Well, not exactly. In my long career of writing and editing in the “Federal world,” I produced volumes and volumes of non-fiction. However, I didn’t get the credit for that work. So, I should say that this is my first independently published non-fiction book. I hoped to … More Jazz Age Wednesdays — Speak Flapper #NewBook
Wednesday, December 18, 2019 Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam book is ready to fly your imagination to new heights! Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene (that’s me!) is a wildly whimsical tale of faeries. However, lest you think you’re too old for that stuff, it also has a dark side. For those who read the … More #NewBook Launch: Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam
Designer and author, Valentina Cirasola, shares my own thirst for colors. Click over and enjoy the launch of her book, “Red — A Voyage Into Colors.” I am happy to announce the release of the Second Edition of the book ©RED – A Voyage Into Colors, a book on colors I published for the … More Let’s Travel In The Cosmos Of Colors, Book Launch | Valentina Cirasola | Interior Designer — Valentina Expressions
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Sheiks and Shebas, it’s another Jazz Age Wednesday. Today I’m here with a little trivia. If you’re a regular, then you know that I like to use Roaring Twenties slang in my replies to comments. They had such fun with language back then. Twenties Tidbit One of my favorite 1920s compliments is You’re … More Jazz Age Wednesdays — The Cat’s Pajamas
Wednesday, October , 2019 I’m still celebrating the launch of A Ghost in the Kitchen. Sheiks and Shebas, welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays. Thanks again to everyone who supported and visited my book launch for A Ghost in the Kitchen. It’s hard to choose a category for this latest novel, or any of the stories … More Jazz Age Wednesdays — The Renaissance Era to Fantasy
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 I’m still celebrating the launch of A Ghost in the Kitchen. I wonder if Pip will ever learn how to cook. It seems like she always lands in hot water, but I don’t think that’s what Granny Phanny had in mind. As if Pip didn’t find enough distractions on her own, now … More Jazz Age Wednesdays — Toasting a Ghost in the Kitchen
Saturday, September 21, 2019 Welcome to the launch party for A Ghost in the Kitchen! It’s a wild ride on a magical trolley through haunted Savannah, Georgia. All the Pip books by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene. Purchase links: The Three Things Serial Story, Murder at the Bijou, and A Ghost in the Kitchen Hi everyone. I’m sorry to … More A Ghost in the Kitchen — Launch Party Trolley through Haunted Savannah!
Hello everyone. One of my favorite authors is ready with a new book, and it is my pleasure to share this publication launch with you! Please welcome John W. Howell and His Revenge. Be sure to drop by John’s blog and wish him the best. Mega hugs, Teagan Announcing… His Revenge by John W. Howell is … More New Release — His Revenge by John W. Howell