Jun202016

Poison or Protect On Sale Tomorrow ~ Squee

Poison or Protect is on sale tomorrow!

PoisonOrProtect_promo

Cue Gail crazy running around flapping arms in a hyperventilating kind of way. Oh wait, that’s not dignified. I’m sitting drinking tea. Calmly. Oh so calmly.

I’m hoping it drops out everywhere it is supposed to. This is the cross my fingers that I have done everything I can, clear this week’s schedule in case of crash and burn, and… go.

You are hereby warned that if you are outside the US and/or not using Amazon and you don’t get it tomorrow at midnightrightawayohmygoshpleasepleaseplease and you tweet/comment/email/whatever at me freaking out, this will be my answer:

We can but hope it gets to you eventually. There is nothing more I can do. May Lord Akeldama be with you.

{Gail’s monthly read along for June is Warprize by Elizabeth Vaughan}

PROJECT ROUND UP  

  • Imprudence ~ Custard Protocol Book the Second.
    Out July 19, 2016 in print and eBook to US.
  • Romancing the Inventor ~ A Supernatural Society Novella.
    Status: Developmental edit. Cover reveal and release date to come.
    LBGT romance featuring a parlormaid bent on seducing a certain cross-dressing inventor who is too brokenhearted to notice. Or is she?

OUT NEXT

Poison or Protect ~ A Delightfully Deadly Novella

 Romance featuring a several-times widowed Preshea and the gentle Scottish captain who could change everything. (Gail’s first foray into hybrid land.)

 

GAIL’S DAILY DOSE

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

The Extraordinary Life of Marianne North: The Victorian Gentlewoman Who Travelled the World

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  
Making Fun of the Romance Reader

Book News:
Librarina says of the Finishing School Series:
“If you like steampunk, supernatural mysteries, and/or tales of girls who don’t quite fit in with their high society families, I recommend you check this series out.”

Quote of the Day:
“A little farm-house boy, of three years old, made a pet of a large squash, which he dressed in a pocket-handkerchief, and called Phebe Ann.”
~ The Ladies’ Guide to True Politeness and Perfect Manners or, Miss Leslie’s Behaviour Book
by Eliza Leslie (American 1864)

 

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3 Responses

  1. Zelda said:

    I think time zones should be outlawed. It will drop while I am at work probably, and possibly AFTER lunch. So it will be sitting on the Kindle app on the iPad TORMENTING me. The only redeeming factor? I get to go home, put on comfy Pjs, stoke up the fire something chronic (wish I had a Sootie to do it for me), pour myself a nice cup of tea and read!

    1. Gail Carriger Post author said:

      Actually if you are in a time zone ahead of mine, it should drop at midnight for your time zone. It’s 8pm here in California and I know for a fact someone Down Under has already gotten and read the novella. So…

  2. Isabelle Fallon (@izzyfalloni) said:

    I got it at 4 mins past midnight GMT and read it all before I fell asleep – I’m tired and hyper-caffeinated now, but I loved it! A great expansion on characters we know, some fun references to things in the other novels, and a bit of sizziling romance – now I am champing at the bit for Imprudence!

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