So, here are some gifts that I, in my limited expert experience on the subject, think that a Gail Carriger fan would really enjoy. Just getting into the spirit of the season.
Gifts for the Gail Carriger Fan
Badali Bumbersnoot necklace or Sophronia’s bladed fan.
Sparkly fan! Silk Fan with Green Sequins for Dimity from Sophronia.
Tea shirts designed by yours truly concerning things I love and my books.
Octopus necklace for any member of the OBO who doesn’t want to get a tattoo.
Octopus Bottle Stopper for those who prefer wine over tea.
1800s Balloon Art Airship Stainless Steel ID or Cigarettes Case. This is the airship design that the Flywaymen air dinghies are based off of in the Finishing School series.
Or if you’re buying for a big OBO Madame Lefoux fan, the same company makes versions of this cute case with octopus on the cover.
Some of my favorite themed mugs for teatime!
Lace overlay parasol, come in range of colors.
Wonderful Ocean Octopus Nightlight that I might have to buy for my office. So cuts! Perhaps Rue had one of these while a child.
Lucky Ladybug Shaped Teapot. For Primrose to serve tea aboard the Spotted Custard.
My favorite tea, Twinings 1706 Strong
BOOK DE JOUR
- Tired of the hero’s journey?
- Frustrated that funny, romantic, and comforting stories aren’t taken seriously?
- Sad that the books and movies you love never seem to be critically acclaimed, even when they sell like crazy?
The Heroine’s Journey is here to help.
Multiple New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger presents a clear concise analysis of the heroine’s journey, how it differs from the hero’s journey, and how you can use it to improve your writing and your life.
GAIL’S DAILY DOSE
Your Moment of Parasol . . .
|Francisco Goya (Spanish artist, 1746-1828) The Parasol|
Your Infusion of Cute . . .
|Millinery prints (1891 – 1896) by G. Gonin (France, active late 19th century)
Image and text courtesy LACMA. Costume and Textiles
Your Tisane of Smart . . .
Deep Sea Robots Livestream Ocean Floor Landscapes, Creatures
Your Writerly Tinctures . . .
A Literary History of Dot, Dot, Dot
Sophie of So Many Books So Little Time says of Manners & Mutiny:
“This was a wonderful ending to a wonderful series and I’m glad I’ve got a whole other series of Carriger’s still to read.”
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