Today’s a big day for me over at the HidingSpot. There’s a lovely review.
I’ll admit that I have no clue where to start when it comes to writing a review for Soulless! I can easily say that it was one of the most fun and imaginative books I’ve read this year, but there is just so much more to this book in addition to those details.
And an interview with self.
First off, tell us a little bit about your new novel, Soulless.
It’s an “everything but the kitchen sink” mash up of genres (steampunk, comedy, and urban fantasy) in which a startlingly assertive spinster (who just happens to have no soul) takes on Victorian London’s supernatural upper crust one parasol whack at a time.
And a contest to win a signed ARC copy of Soulless!
Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
New York Times reports on the “New Antiquarians.”
Your Tisane of Smart:
This weeks Material World ends with a segment on the perfect cup of tea, how taste relates to the cup itself.
Your Writerly Tinctures:
Territorial rights on digital books
CAKE in Space: With agent.
Soulless: Popped up in Publisher’s Weekly Ladies Book Club
Changeless: Working on copyedit. Release date currently April 2010. (Orbit did post it to facebook CHANGELESS by Gail Carriger, the awesome follow up to SOULLESS (out in October!). A missing husband, preternaturals and a dirigible trip full of hats, parasols and attempted murder… April 2010.
Blameless: Gone off to betas.
Quote of the Day:
“Writing a novel is like driving a car at night. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.”
~ E. L. Doctorow