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Edain Duguay

Joined Feb 3 2010
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If you catch me writing notes in my jotter, I could be planning a death...real or fiction, it matters not.

Excerpt from the London Evening Telegraph

Heiress in the Colonies! by Ms. Temperance Post.

‘It has been reported to me, by a little bird, that Lady Edwina Uffington-Smythe has removed herself to the Colonies after allegedly marrying a colonial savage, against her families wishes.

Apparently, she amuses herself by putting pen to paper creating vicious and callous murder mysteries, involving wealthy families.

Some suggest her books come from deep in her wounded heart, due the tragic loss of her entire family. Others think the books contain the truth behind her inheritance.

It certainly makes one wonder about the real reason for her move to the colonies. Was it to escape the afore mentioned scandal? As reported by my good self, during the terrible loss of one of London’s most beloved and Godly families.

One thing is for certain, no manor of man nor woman of good standing should read Lady Uffington-Smythe’s books, for they are distasteful and implore a visit from unholy nightmares.’


(AKA Edain Duguay - Author with a real English accent, Administrator of Steampunk Canada and Officer of Steampunk Ottawa  :) )

NB: Profile image by Britt Martin and used with permission. See his art here:

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Reply MissIndustrious
12:29 AM on October 12, 2011 
Months late... but thank you for the warm welcome.
Reply SparksStreetIrregular
1:10 PM on August 27, 2011 
Thank you kindly!
Reply Zandra Stratford (VSE)
9:43 PM on August 23, 2011 
Thank you. :)
Reply Jedediah Solomon
8:52 PM on August 23, 2011 
There is much to be said supporting the interpretation of these unholy nightmares. I do concur, however, that indulging in dalliances that would most certainly bring about night-time horrors is simply foolish and those who subject themselves to it deserve the quivers that will rouse them from their beds.
Reply jojo-qc
11:47 AM on June 30, 2011 
Thank u! =)
Reply Jean Louise Day
12:15 PM on June 25, 2011 
Thank you so much for the warm welcome Edain. Love it here, especially all the photos. I had a look at your website and really like your graphics. Do you do them in Photoshop? Cheers, Jean Louise
Reply LJ Ozfiz
1:25 AM on June 5, 2011 
Thank you for the friendly welcome!
Thank you very much for the welcome sir
Reply Baron von Messerschmitt
5:00 PM on May 25, 2011 
Thanks for the welcome.Really like your portrait avatar.Checked out the artists other works.Pretty nice!
Reply Professor Sheldon Beckett
10:37 AM on May 25, 2011 
Thank you very much. Looking forward to the adventure.
Reply Theresa Breaux
8:16 PM on May 16, 2011 
Thanks for the warm welcome!
Reply Euphrasia Griffin
5:36 PM on May 14, 2011 
Thank you for your very warm welcome! I look forward to being part of it.
Reply Steampunker
12:34 PM on May 14, 2011 
Thanks a bunch. Just checked out your website. Very impressive.
Reply Doctor Bones
12:27 PM on May 14, 2011 
It's a blessing to be welcome by such a renowned and succesful writer. My hope is to be able to meet those people sharing that neo-victorian inclination of mine ( sorry for my English, I guess yours is flawless but mine shouldn't be...)!
Reply Vicount Carbonzip
11:51 AM on April 12, 2011 
Thanks, I'm looking forward to all the interesting people/stuff I've been interested in this sort of thing for years but didn't have a name for it.
Thank you very much for the welcome mat. This a lovely site. I look forward in meeting like minded folks here. Thank you again.
Reply Captain Rouge
5:09 PM on April 5, 2011 
Thanks Edain! I look forward to coming here and checking out all things steampunky...
Reply marie_nola
5:06 PM on April 4, 2011 
Thank you! now I just have to find a proper profile picture!
Reply Lillian Harden Chuzzlewit
8:08 AM on March 22, 2011 
Thank you very much! :)
Reply David H. Burton
11:03 AM on February 20, 2011 
Thanks for welcome!!!