The Secret - A Boston Metaphysical Society Story

The Secret A Boston Metaphysical Society Story Based on the Steampunk web comic BOSTON METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY bostonmetaphysicalsociety THE SECRET is a novelette based in that universe In an alternative Boston of the s our world has develope

  • Title: The Secret - A Boston Metaphysical Society Story
  • Author: Madeleine Holly-Rosing
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  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Based on the Steampunk web comic BOSTON METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY bostonmetaphysicalsociety , THE SECRET is a novelette based in that universe.In an alternative Boston of the 1800 s, our world has developed along the lines of Steampunk technology, but with a modern twist Here exists steam driven rudimentary computers and electronics And dirigibles rule the sky But wBased on the Steampunk web comic BOSTON METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY bostonmetaphysicalsociety , THE SECRET is a novelette based in that universe.In an alternative Boston of the 1800 s, our world has developed along the lines of Steampunk technology, but with a modern twist Here exists steam driven rudimentary computers and electronics And dirigibles rule the sky But with it comes huge social and political schisms.The Story Elizabeth Welds has kept something secret from her father since she was nine years old But when Samuel Hunter is employed as her bodyguard, she must chose between saving him or protecting herself.Also available on , Nook, and Smashwords.

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    About "Madeleine Holly-Rosing"

    1. Madeleine Holly-Rosing

      A TV, feature film and comic book writer, Madeleine is the winner of the Sloan Fellowship for screenwriting, and the Gold Aurora and Bronze Telly for a PSA produced by Women In Film She also won numerous awards while completing the UCLA MFA Program in Screenwriting Having run three successful Kickstarter campaigns, Madeleine also teaches a seminar on crowdfunding at Pulp Fiction Books in Culver City as well as guest lectured at Scriptwriters Network and Dreamworks.She currently has an anthology of novelettes and novellas called, BOSTON METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY PRELUDE Her goal is to eventually develop a series of novels based in this world.Nominated for a 2012 Airship Award SteamCon and a 2013, 2014 and 2015 Steampunk Chronicles Reader s Choice Award, the webcomic received an Honorable Mention at the 2013 GEEKIE AWARDS and was nominated in the Best Comic Graphic Novel category in 2014 Please visit the web comic at bostonmetaphysicalsociety and the Facebook page at facebook BostonMetaphyFormerly a nationally ranked epee fencer, she has competed nationally and internationally and an is an avid reader of science fiction, steampunk, fantasy and historical military fiction Madeleine lives with her rocket scientist husband.

    790 thoughts on “The Secret - A Boston Metaphysical Society Story”

    1. A quick novelette about Elizabeth Weldsmore, a young and well-to-do Bostonian woman who is hiding a secret from her father but who cannot hide it from her bodyguard, Samuel Hunter.This is another piece of short fiction in the Boston Metaphysical steampunk series, which also includes graphic novels. Quite entertaining.


    2. Note: This short story is set in the Boston Metaphysical Society webcomic universe. It stands perfectly well on it's own, but you will get deeper appreciation of it if you are familiar with the comic.By all appearances Elizabeth Weldsmore is the perfect high society daughter, but she works much more at it than anyone knows. A troubling secret has haunted her since the age of nine, and will be harder than ever to protect now that her father has hired a full time bodyguard to watch over herBoston [...]


    3. Not a bad read at all (not sure why I didn't finish it immediately, must have gotten distracted and forgotten which eBooks I was reading at the time.) The only part I wasn't really happy with was the ending, reasons hidden below in spoiler. It was good enough however that I will check out the other Boston Metaphysical Society stories.(view spoiler)[I was sure that the old time travel paradox was going to be evoked at the end. I figured that by Elizabeth going to the docks with her father that he [...]


    4. A well-written and tightly plotted short story set in the steampunk world envisioned by the author in her web comic "Boston Metaphysical Society." While the reader might benefit somewhat from a familiarity with the comic it is not necessary since the story stands very well on its own. For those unfamiliar with the genre, it makes a good introduction. The characters were well developed, and the ending was quite satisfactory.



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