Bookburners continues with the team return to the scene of an old failure . . . and try their best not to repeat their previous mistakes. In 1776 August, we meet the real George Washington. Plus, a new micro story is published for Microfiction Monday!
Everything in the Bookburners’ lives falls into two categories: Before London and After London. Before London, things were strange, sure, but After London . . . “strange” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Magic is everywhere—and the Bookburners can only be in one place at a time.
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Team Three won’t soon forget their last encounter with the Oracle of Delphi—the oracle died in front of them—but they’re determined not to let this next visit go wrong. With Asanti’s heightened magical powers and more knowledge at their fingertips, they’re ready for whatever might be waiting for them. The real question is: Can they get out of there without anyone dying this time?
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1776: The World Turned Upside Down
Who were the farmers and accountants, high-school dropouts and part-time soldiers, successful merchants and failed corset makers, who fought against the British empire for American Independence? Find out in 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, which explores their lives and tells the story of the American Revolution in an informal, playful way.
In August 1776, the focus is on the legendary General George Washington.
This week’s Microfiction Monday featured a micro story by A Most Dangerous Woman author Brenda Clough. Remember to turn your Serial Box push notifications on to get new micro fiction on Mondays at 3pm EST! Learn more here.