2 New Parasolverse Novellas: Romancing the Werewolf & How to Marry a Werewolf

Those of you, Gentle Readers, who pay very close attention to my blog post footers have noticed a change since I returned from my latest writing retreat.

I thought, perhaps, you’d like additional insight on my upcoming Parasolverse indie projects…

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What the footer says about Romancing The Werewolf:

What’s up with this one?

November release barring outright catastrophe. I have the photo for the cover already. Have my eye on a narrator, not sure if he’ll be willing.

Want to know more about the story?

Romancing the Werewolf tells the long awaited reunion of Biffy & Lyall and features Greenwich, wassail, and a very strange series of seasonal offerings.


What the footer says about How to Marry a Werewolf:

What’s up with this one?

This story will be set chronologically after Competence, so I will probably release it after that book, sometime in 2018. (Although the two are not tied together.) For this novella I turned my hand to a classic regency (style) romance meets The Buccaneers.

Want to know more about the story?

Sneak peek opening lines…

When a young American lady of good standing is indiscreet, kind parents retire her quietly to the country with a maiden aunt and a modest stipend. Faith’s parents decided to marry her off to a werewolf.


The Sumage Solution: San Andreas Shifters #1 by G. L. Carriger
Contemporary m/m paranormal romance featuring a snarky mage and a gruff werewolf. Hella raunchy. Super dirty. Very very fun. Spin off of Marine Biology.

Can a gentle werewolf heal the heart of a smart-mouthed mage?


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~ Harper Lee

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8 Responses

  1. Nicqui said:

    That blurb about Channing Channing of the Chesterfield Channings has me shook. I can’t wait to read it. I know this is all I’m going to be thinking about from now until it is published.

    1. Gail Carriger said:

      I’m pretty pleased with that one. Can’t wait to bring it out into the world next year.

  2. Zelda said:

    My Dearest Miss Gail,
    I am waiting with baited breathe for the summage solution, and I am VERY grateful that it is not being released any later – as I have booked an academic writing retreat (intend to finish 2 papers to the pull it apart and start again stage) from the 20th to the 24th. I intend to finish this PRIOR to leaving, however I may have my four legged companion confiscate and guard my iPad if I have not.
    Best wishes

  3. Shelly said:

    I am so excited for all of these!

    I hope the opening lines of “How to Marry a Werewolf” say indiscreet rather than indiscrete, though. 😉

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