A special treat for Friday - another Day in the Life!
This time our special guest is not a book, but an outfit. For those of you who know author Leanna Renee Hieber, you'll know that her fashion sense is larger than life. In honor of her newest book in the Strangely Beautiful series, we have a special dispatch - a day in the life of... a dress.
Greetings. I am one of the company of Miss Leanna Renee Hieber's late-19th-century finery. She utilizes the likes of me to celebrate and promote her novels, the Strangely Beautiful series, set in Victorian London, and her upcoming Magic Most Foul saga, set in Victorian New York City. She has obtained the like of me from places like Gallery Serpentine and Gothic Renaissance. She is a professed "goth girl" as she calls it in this day and age. Please note she does not call me a "costume" for if she had the means and ability, she would wear me every day of her life, having loved my style since she was a child.
I begin my journey in my lady's closet, where she places me in the fore.
I then move ignobly into this pile (she does so hate to wear the same regalia two days in a row, thusly one mere weekend at a convention requires practically a steamer trunk)
I then take this horseless carriage - or, at times, magic of magic, I fly in an enormous metal bird!
I then arrive at any number of destinations. This time, it so happens, is New Hampshire, where my lady is in state as the Literary Guest of Honour at the Steampunk Industrial Revolution. I relax for a moment on the luxurious hotel bed before the bustle (pun intended) begins.
She has chosen me for her featured reading this evening, I'm very pleased. (I received many compliments)
And then I return home, rather exhausted and in need of a good press. But she'll have me back out again on release day of her prequel in the Strangely Beautiful series, The Perilous Prophecy of Guard and Goddess, on May 3rd. In the meantime, while reading the first two isn’t required as this is a prequel, if you’d like to join in the series… Visit her webpage and interact with her via the following venues: Twitter, Facebook, her blog (with a psycho bunny pic!) (She’ll also be wearing the likes of me a great deal in the fall when her Gothic Victorian Paranormal series Magic Most Foul, a classically spooky, romantic tale of trapped souls and black magic, releases from Sourcebooks Fire!)
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