Sorry there has been such a long gap between posts. I have been very busy organising children's events for our local Victorian Festival, and I have also been writing a short story and sewing costume. So the blog has been put on the back burner a little.
The story however is finished, and if you have a few minutes to spare you can view it here:
In it you take control of Charles Dickens during his final stay at the seaside town of Broadstairs in 1859. He had regularly visited the town for more then twenty years, but what made him suddenly stop visiting the town he fondly called "Our English Watering Place"? Here you are given the chance to find out for yourself with 19 unique endings.
Portrait of Charles Dickens, 1859, by photographer Herbert Watkins. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens.