Soulless Hardcover Delayed Shipping ~ Some Parasol Protectorate Extras for You!

Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the limited edition of Soulless in hardcover from Subterranean Press. You are the bee’s knees, or should I say ladybug’s spots? I do hope you like it.

Unfortunately, there have been some issues with production and Subterranean has informed me shipping is delayed about 2 weeks due to “paper milling.” I will let you know more when I do.

Meanwhile, here’s some collected background rabbit holes for you to fall into…


 German covers for Soulless


Fun Research Links


Waiting for the Train (Willesden Junction, c. 1871-73), by James Tissot.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand

Find out more about Soulless including tons of behind the scenes tips and articles on Gail research at the Carriegr Wikia.

Soulless LTD Samples The limited is on the left, lettered on the right

Quick note, if you’d like to read me in another language, new foriegn language editions of my books have been uploaded for sale on Worldbuilders. They are signed and all proceeds go to charity.

Airship Ambassador reviews Soulless for Steampunk Hands 2016:
“I found the book to be a fun, witty, and pleasantly sarcastic read with a strong, smart, and resourceful lead character. Mystery, adventure, and world on the supernatural side of steampunk.”

{Gail’s monthly read along for March is Sorcery & Cecelia: Or, The Enchanted Chocolate Pot by Patricia C. Wrede, Caroline Stevermer.}


Your Moment of Parasol . . .

1873-1875  Collection Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti

Your Infusion of Cute . . .
Steampunk Hands 2016 – Favorite People: Mike Perschon

Your Tisane of Smart . . .
How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea: George Orwell’s 11 Golden Rules

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  
Bouncing Back When Your Writing Routine Gets Disrupted

Book News:
Evie from Just Another Belle says of Soulless:
“This book was ridiculous in the best possible way.  I loved the writing, the story, the setting, the characters- just all of it. More than once I wished I could interact with the characters in real life.This book made me happy. Giddy, even.  There’s something entirely too rare about a book constantly making me smile.”

Quote of the Day:
“A friend had commented once that Neal had a gift for making someone want to punch him just for saying hello.”
~ Tamora Pierce, Squire: Book 3 of the Protector of the Small Quartet

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  1. auntylisa said:

    Gail, Am I missing something? I love reading all your novels/novellas/short stories. Does Sophronia show up in The Parasol Protectorate at all? Thank you!

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