The Chirrup is about to go out and this month members will get gossip, an update on the third Custard Protocol book, why I’m lamenting proofs, some recommended books on sale, and a chance to enter and win one of 10 copies of Timeless (the out of print mass market paperback version).
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Praise for Timeless
- Britt Kris of For the Love of the Read says: “It made a great addition to the series, and I’m sad that it’s the end!”
- Cassandra Giovanni says: “…that’s truly the magic of these novels, though there are many characters, you feel the depth in each one. I cannot wait to see what adventures Prudence finds herself on in the spin off series.”
- Evaine’s Books, Books & More Books says: “It’s over??? The series is over?!? *weeps* But oh, it went out with a huge bang! The Parasol Protectorate series just kept getting better and better with each book and in this final installment, everyone was back, which made me so happy.”
- Holed Up in a Book says: “The plot is also highly entertaining. I found the whole mystery of the God-Breaking Plague to be intriguing…”
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Romancing the Inventor in Audiobook. A maid bent on seducing a brilliant cross-dressing scientist who’s too brokenhearted to notice. Or is she?
GAIL’S DAILY DOSE
Your Moment of Parasol . . .
Your Infusion of Cute . . .
Lilliput versus my purse.
Your Tisane of Smart . . .
Your Writerly Tinctures . . .
Quote of the Day:
“The tea, once it arrived, had its customary effect—engendering comfort and loosening the tongue… No wonder tea was considered a vital weapon of espionage.”
~ Waistcoats & WeaponryParasol Protectorate, TIMELESS