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I took that idea one further, in order to explore the idea of something being completely hidden. The story is unique for me. This was a challenging voice for me; getting it right took a lot of work. About Brenda:.
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Brenda Cooper is an American writer living near Seattle, in the rain and the wet. She writes science fiction and fantasy, works in technology, and also does a bit of freelancing as a futurist. Her web page is at www. Posted by Sue Bursztynski at AM.
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I'm not sure if folk of a younger generation can finish the sentence that begins 'Light blue touch-paper' but at one time it was written on every firework and was probably one of the first standard safety warnings for the general public. Standard being itself a play on words for those of my generation since Standard Fireworks were one of the main manufacturers.
The full sentence was 'Light blue touch-paper - stand well back' later replaced by 'Light blue touch-paper and retire. These knock on the door of being modern.
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Off course people swarmed and enjoyed good days. Jazz played, display cars displayed.
Plenty of delightful surprises; an early steam car glides about, breathlessly gorgeous. A Charabanc, so heavily engineered it looked as though it might sink on the tar paraded, carrying the fortunate who got a seat.
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