More Books To Fall For

Dean A.

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I just started on “The Blizzard of the New York Subway, 1888”. Great news, right?

However, I have just come up with the idea for my next book. I can also finish them by Christmas; however, I only have roughly a month, which is about fifteen days per book, but I can write a book in as little as 3 days, or it can take me as long as a month to think up the rest of the book. But authors always keep their promises, right? My next book is called ”The Founding of the New York Subway, 1863”. And if that wasn’t enough, I have the idea for the book after that. I will try to get them done by Christmas, but this book is called ”The Underground Railway of 1844”. The underground in 1844 isn’t really a railway, but it is underground. It was a walking system right below the present day, Atlantic Avenue, Barclay’s Center Long Island Rail Road and New York City Subway center. The idea was thought up in 1842, and the plans were made in 1842 as well. Construction started in 1843, but it did not open until 1844. Does anybody know of any famous events that took place in 1844? Feel more than welcome to let me know. Remember, I have Mr. Mule for advisory if you want to talk to me there. Also remember, all comments are welcome except hateful ones, but if you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.

The other book is about when the New York Subway was founded right in the middle of the Civil War in 1863. I know what you are thinking right now. “Dean, how could there be trains in 1863? There was no electricity until 1879”. No. they were steam powered. Electric trains weren’t introduced until the early 1920s. Trains date back to 1804 believe it or not. I don’t believe it myself, but it is true. Also, if you have any famous 1863 events, let me know that as well. I  mean, except the Civil War. I already have that in mind, but anything else, let me know.

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