Feb202011

Dear Lord Akeldama ~ Shoes, Actors & Bad Decisions

More from Lord Akeldama!

Nina asks:
Who’s your favorite shoe designer?
Oh, what a delightful question! Right now I am most enamored of that charming Mr. McQueen fellow, but this is subject to change without notice (as is often the case with fashion). My creator and I often debate the wondrous creations of Irregular Choice.

Antonia asks:
Which great actor/actress would you have turned into a vampire if you had the chance?
Oh dear, there are so very many sweet young things to choose from. These days I find myself thinking in terms of the benefits to posterity. I’m getting soft in my old age. Not an actor per-say, but what world couldn’t use more of that charming gentleman, Mr. Oscar Wilde?

Llehn asks:
What attire would you never be caught dead in (um, no pun intended)
Darling I will never understand the propensity for all black, it’s terribly terribly depressing. And poly-fleece, such a gauche modern affectation, I can hardly even speak of such an abomination.

Fredamans asks:
Of all the books and trinkets you have appeared on, which is your favorite and why?
I would refrain from pointing this out, under most ordinary circumstances, but you did ask. My creator has been most remiss in not insisting that I be on the cover of any of her books. Until that time, I do not have a favorite.

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Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
Runway Daily has some adorable retro inspired dresses all under $100. I think you could also take inspiration from these and find some great thrift store dresses shorten the shirts and remove sleeves and get something similar.
Your Tisane of Smart:
Steampunk Octopus
Your Writerly Tinctures:
A cute little story about the power of social media

“The only way a woman can ever reform a man is by boring him so completely that he loses all possible interest in life.”
~ Oscar Wilde

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