|via Dormaus Uhrwerk (@thedormaus): your name in katakana – Geiru Kyarigaa.|
I do love the way the Japanese covers always take from a scene in the book itself. It’s just so much fun to see the words interpreted for cover art in a manga style.
Things have been pretty low key, professionally, these days. Lots of good news in the arena of Spotlights and Best of Year lists (thanks for voting for me!) I mainly tweet and FB about them, or they show up bellow in the Book News section.
I’m taking a break from travel and other events during the holiday season, in order to concentrate on writing Manners & Mutiny, the last Finishing School book. I didn’t even make it to the Dicken’s Christmas Fair this year.
|negat0ry on tumbler posted this illustrated police news from 1898|
My website is also undergoing a bit of a touch up as well, particularly the Finishing School section. As always, I appreciate your thoughts on the site. Are you finding the information you want? Anything missing? Any typos?
Barring that I hope you have a wonderful bit of a holiday, my break will be over New Years week so I’ll be around until then.
Drink tea. Carry on.
GAIL’S DAILY DOSE
Your Moment of Parasol . . .
Your Infusion of Cute . . .
|Mug light fixture at a cafe in Berkeley|
Your Tisane of Smart . . .
|Radio Dock for pods|
Your Writerly Tinctures . . .
John Helfers on The Brave New World of Publishing
Quote of the Day:
“The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think.”
~ Edwin SchlossbergTags: Cover, Finishing School, Foreign Language Editions