Jul132017

Alexia’s London: Supper July 13, 1876

Supper for Today, 1876, in a London Townhouse Celery Soup – made with beef stock and cream Minced Veal – simmer cubed veal in cream, lemon, lemon peal, salt, and white pepper Corner vegetables – artichokes, asparagus, salsafy (salsify is the modern spelling – apparently its roots taste like oyster) Soufflé Pudding – sort of […]

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Jul122017

The Sumage Solution: A Playlist for Max & Bryan & Ketchup

Let’s talk music, Gentle Reader! It must be something about writing in a contemporary setting, but for the first time, with The Sumage Solution, I actually found myself thinking about the music I associate with my main characters. As a sort of a teaser for this upcoming novel I present unto you a… A Playlist […]

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Jul72017

Sneak Peek! First Scene of Gail’s New Book, The Sumage Solution

The Sumage Solution is coming, I thought you all might like a sneak peek at the first scene. Warning: Strong language! Chapter One: On Patient Werewolves & Exploding Kitsune “Barker!” The shout cut through Maximillian Barker’s eardrum, making him jump. He hit his rickety desk with the tops of his thighs. Of course it wobbled, scattering […]

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Jul52017

2 New Parasolverse Novellas: Romancing the Werewolf & How to Marry a Werewolf

Those of you, Gentle Readers, who pay very close attention to my blog post footers have noticed a change since I returned from my latest writing retreat. I thought, perhaps, you’d like additional insight on my upcoming Parasolverse indie projects… What the footer says about Romancing The Werewolf: Romancing the Werewolf ~ A Supernatural Society […]

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Jul32017

5 Most Common Questions This Author Gets From Readers About Being An Author ~ Occasional FAQ

Well hello there, Gentle Reader. I get a great many questions from readers about being an author. Many I could probably have guessed at and a few surprise me. Here’s a selection of some of the most common things I’m asked (online and in person) specifically about the author business side of things. Most Common […]

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Jun302017

Werewolves & Tea or How Gail Handles The Sacred Leaf In A Modern Setting (Pu-erh)

So the werewolf love interest in my upcoming book, The Sumage Solution, has a bit of an obsession with tea. Which he takes very very seriously. Unlike me, his obsession is with all different kinds of high quality tea (as opposed to just English breakfast with milk). His favorite is Puerh. Which, frankly, I never know how […]

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