Mar272017

Occasional FAQ: What Would Gail Do?

Busting my tush editing right now, Gentle Reader. However I did notice that The Door in the Hedge by Robin McKinley is on sale today for $1.99. One of my favorite short story collections ever. So, for the today’s blog post? Here’s a quick fun one for you. Some pithy answers to some frequently asked questions. What […]

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Mar222017

Gail Interviews Emma Newman (Brother’s Ruin)

Today, Gentle Reader please give a hearty welcome to the fantastic Emma Newman! Emma is many things: a delightful author, a fantastic narrator (I should know, she narrates my book Romancing the Inventor), a stylish dresser, a killer podcast hostess, and a fellow tea lover. I have been interviewed on her fantastic podcast, Tea & Jeopardy (which […]

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Mar172017

Gail Carriger’s Pie Day Q&A Video & Links

Good morning Gentle Reader, below is a video of a FB Live Q&A that I did on Pie Day. Accordingly, I talk about my favorite pie, drop some accidental teasers, get cagey about the evolution of the Parasolverse, and much more. Links pertinent to the video in chronological order Madame Lefoux’s novella Competence (Custard Protocol Book 3) […]

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Mar152017

Changeless Extras ~ Deleted Scenes

Behind the scenes, Gentle Reader, here are some DELETED BITS from Changeless. Description of Woolsey Castle The most scandalous thing about Woolsey Castle was not that it housed a pack of werewolves. After all, only the best counties could boast such an eccentricity. Nor was it the fact that it boasted eight flying buttresses – […]

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Mar112017

Alexia’s London: Supper March 11, 1876

Supper for Today, 1876, in a London Townhouse Winter pea soup made with beef broth and sweet herbs Veal pie made with breast of veal, sweet meats, nutmeg, salt, clove, oysters, and ham inside puff pastry and served with veal and cream gravy Boiled potatoes Custard pudding – lemon-peel, nutmeg, and bitter almond custard inside […]

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