As you can imagine, the idea is relatively simple. An item of clothing has been coated with poison on the inside so that when it touches the flesh of the victim, the poison is absorbed into their skin and they die a horrific and painful death. It's not fun but it's apparently pretty popular.
When I started my podcast in spring 2017 I had no idea what I was doing but I had enthusiasm and I started contacting other steampunk podcasts. I met some amazing people that way, including Flavio Faz, the co-host of Texas Steampunk Connection, along with his partner in crime, Thax, the Gentleman Adventurer. Flavio was kind, and helpful, and always treated me with respect. I liked him immediately.
Last year I decided to take part in the Brooklyn Art Library's Sketchbook Project. I worked on my book from November of 2019 to February of 2020 and got it in right before the pandemic swept through
The Steampunk Dollhouse hasn't been updated in almost 2 years. At this point, it may never be updated again. It just became too difficult to juggle it with my work, school, and home responsibilities. Having said that, the pandemic has done wonders for my desire to hide inside of fantastical fiction lately, and some of the things I've been reading have given me feelings. I want to write about them.