Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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Half-Price Sale in Frankenstein's Family

The half-price sale has SOLD OUT!  Thank you for your support and enthusiasm.

This week, the poetry of Frankenstein's Family is on sale for half price from Monday, September 15 through Sunday, March 20.  This series is gothic fluff.  It features themes of science, intellectualism, cuddly creatures, family of choice, friendship, Transylvanian culture, and social engineering.  There are 4 poems, was $429, sale price $214.50.  We currently have three epics open for microfunding, one in this series whose price is locked at the standard level, so I'd rather not open another one.

Linkback perk: The following poems have verses left to reveal.  Boost the signal for this half-price sale and tell me which poem you want to extend.
"Growing Moss" Now complete!
"To Choose a Direction"
"Unfamiliar Feelings"
"Learning to See"





Currently available are the following poems.  They appear in series chronological order, and they don't have prerequisites.

"The Proper Thermodynamics of a Warm and Happy Home"
The stove that comes with their new castle is complicated. (This poem is set very shortly after Victor and Igor first move in.)
60 lines, was $20, sale price $10 SOLD

"The Gentlest, Loveliest Festival"
Victor comes home to find the villagers throwing a Christmas party in the castle.  Yay?  Yay.
350 lines, was $175, sale price $87.50 SOLD

"A Better Mousetrap"
Crina and Nandru figure out how to catch more mice.
246 lines, was $123, sale price $61.50 SOLD

"Into Habits of Companionship"
Victor and Igor take care of Fridrik as he recovers from his injuries.
222 lines, was $111, sale price $55.50 SOLD
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