Gail is in Alaska

My dear Gentle Reader I am in Alaska for the next week at the Alaska Steamposium steampunk event.

I do hope to see some of you at the event. (I can promise it’s unlikely I’ll visit Alaska again anytime soon.) The Steamposium is at the The Alaska Experience Theater in Anchorage, April 15~16.

After that, the AB and I are having a mini vacay so I won’t be online much until the end of next week. Unless the internet in the hotel is a great deal better than internet in hotels is wont to be. (And the AB is a great deal less persuasive than normal in actually getting me to stop working.)

{Gail’s monthly read along for April is Brother’s Ruin by Emma Newman.}


Romancing the Inventor in Audiobook. A maid bent on seducing a brilliant cross-dressing scientist who’s too brokenhearted to notice. Or is she?


Your Moment of Parasol . . .

Your Infusion of Cute . . .

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

See the Best Octopus Fossil Ever Found

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  

Writing Conferences and Festivals

Book News:

Me and my agent, Kristin Nelson‏ + 50 Teens at Colorado Teen Lit festival

Quote of the Day:

“He can hardly keep clock-work in his throat, but from the sounds one might suppose that about ten main springs had all broken at once, and he was doing his best not to swallow any of them.”

~ J.H.M. Robson 1894

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Posted by Gail Carriger

4 Responses

    1. Gail Carriger said:

      Ha ha. AB is the abbreviation for my cuter half’s nickname. It doesn’t have a public meaning, not that I know of.

  1. Sarah said:

    Ahhh! So sad! I actually spent the weekend listening to your audiobooks, not realizing you were In Alaska, so I could actually meet you, rather than reread your books for the dozenth time. Fiddlesticks and goat’s milk. I’ve always wished you’d come for a visit up north, and somehow missed that you finally were… until late Sunday night. Garghlmargh. I do hope you’ve had a great time here! Welcome!

    1. Gail Carriger said:

      I did do blog posts but frankly the newsletter always tells you ahead of time where I will be, it’s the only guaranteed way I have of getting the information to you so you don’t miss me.

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