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V.E. Ulett is a long time resident of California, but spends most of her time in a romantic nineteenth century world of airships and adventure. When she isn’t head down in a first hand account of capture by pirates, battle at sea, or experimental flight, V.E. is an ordinary Silicon Valley warrior. Rare leisure hours are spent with her own small Hell-Cats.


Send your questions and comments to v.e.ulett(at)gmail.com


For kind support and wise counsel I’d like to thank the following authors. Check out their books!

Julie K. Rose, author of Dido’s Crown, Oleanna, and The Pilgrim Glass
Peter Gelfan, editor, and author of Found Objects
Rick Spilman, author of The Shantyman, Hell Around the Horn, and Bloody Rain
Joan Druett, author of the bestseller Island of the Lost, Lady Castaways, Eleanor’s Odyssey, The Elephant Voyage, Wiki Coffin mysteries and more
Alaric Bond, author of The Guinea Boat, Turn a Blind Eye, and The Fighting Sail series
Broos Campbell, editor, and author of The Matty Graves series

4 Responses to About

  1. Bill Gillett says:

    I thought the book was great. Although it was not in my usual genre, I found myself lost and looking forward to every episode. There was a reference to a sequel at the end of the last episode. Is it available, or will it be available in the future? I did not find it when I searched. Looking forward to it.


    • admin says:

      Glad you enjoyed the book, and thank you for taking the time to comment. The sequel takes Captain Blackwell and Mercedes into the Pacific waters and the world of early nineteenth century exploration, on a new personal and cultural adventure. I plan to have the sequel out next year, Fall 2013. Captain Blackwell’s Prize is now available in paperback and e-book formats.

  2. Brynmor Evans says:

    I have read many books from this period & thoroughly enjoyed this one-on my e-book reader during a recent holiday in Cyprus-& was looking forward to receiving the sequel for Christmas but,oh dear,I will have to wait until next year!Perhaps,a little overtime is called for!!!?Please keep writing-perhaps a series like Patrick O’Brian with an “Aubury like character”Thank you.Presumably,the sequel will,initially,only be available in hardback form as opposed to the e-book form?
    Bryn Evans

    • v.e.ulett says:

      Thank you for your comment, Bryn. I am hoping the sequel will be available in audio book, paperback, and e-book at approximately the same time next year. And noted, regarding the order to work overtime. There’s not a moment to lose.

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