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Set Sail for Adventure: David D. Levine’s 6 Favorite Flying Ship Novels

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BookTrib is partnering with Bookish to bring you more great content, including this article by David D. Levine, author of The Adventures of Arabella Ashby novels, and the most recent, Arabella and the Battle Venus. Sure, ships are cool. But you know what’s even cooler? Flying ships. David D. Levine, author of Arabella and the Battle of Venus, knows this better than most as his work features several of these majestic vessels. Here, he shares his favorite flying ships with Bookish readers. I am certainly not alone in my love of flying sailing ships—by which I mean wooden ships with sails, keels, yardarms, and cannons which somehow, in defiance of all our universe’s laws of physics, fly through the air or ply the aether between…

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Battle ‘Ships Never-Lose-Hope Edition: Delena vs. Klaroline!

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Most of the time, I like to root for couples that I know stand a chance at Happily Ever After. Sometimes, I’m bitterly disappointed (don’t even get me started on How I Met Your Mother’s Barney & Robin), but I can usually spot a life-long love a mile away. It’s why I stuck around for the Blair & Chuck drama on Gossip Girl. It’s why I knew that Veronica & Logan would eventually make it work on Veronica Mars – even if it took 10 years and a Kickstarter movie. I’m just a true fan of true love. So when my favorite couples get torn apart by outside circumstances, I have a hard time adjusting. Especially when it’s out of…

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