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Karlee A. Etter
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  • Hamden, CT
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Are you an author, publisher or future writer?
I'm current writer, future published writer.
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Tryst with Fate
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yes

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Daily visitors to Blog has doubled

Posted on September 16, 2010 at 12:28am 0 Comments

I now have two blogs, one on women's fashions at http://karleeaturner.blogspot.com called Victorian Women's Fashions. This is my original blog and I add pages or posts as needed.

My additional blog, of which I am most proud and spend the most time, is a daily blog. It is based on the journals of four 19th century women who lived at sea with their husbands, all captains of whaleships.…

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Finally getting up to speed with the current trends

Posted on March 10, 2010 at 6:47pm 0 Comments

This past Monday, I finally took the time to create an additional "Blog" (Additional to CAPA's, that is). It's a Blog about 19th century women's fashions -- one of my specialities, thanks to many years experience working in Mystic Seaport's costuming shop. I'm trying to post something every day, beginning with those mysterious undergarments -- the thing that gives a 19th century woman that "hour-glass" figure.

However, as of this writing, it hasn't been discovered/visited by…

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At 8:24pm on January 16, 2010, Karlee A. Etter said…
Ellen Ashby Wheldon is my role playing character at Mystic Seaport Museum. However, although her name is fictitious, her story is a compilation of real 19th century women who braved the seven seas and challenged the Victorians' perception of women. Ellen, like many other women went to sea with their husbands during the peak of America's whaling industry. Those women were the inpsiration for the main character, ELENA in my novel, "Tryst with Fate".
 
 
 

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