Oct252017

Your Questions Answered! Romancing the Werewolf (Q&A with Gail Carriger)

I put the call out for questions recently, on my upcoming release, Romancing the Werewolf.

Your Questions!

When will we get the print edition?

Did you read this:

Where’s the print edition? The Mess Behind Self-Pub ~ Some Sad Hybrid Truths?

Did ya?

Go on, I’ll wait while you do that…

Okay, so, given all those considerations my answer is… hopefully within the month of November. (This is dependent on smooth uploading to Createspace & Ingram Spark.) I want you to have this for the holidays, so I am really going to try. But, as you see from that article, I can’t make any promises. I will send a notification out to Chirrup members the moment it is available.

When will we get the audiobook?

I can’t honestly make any  promises on this one because I have no idea. Again, as soon as I know so will the Chirrup. That’s one of my sacred vows.

Where did that waistcoat come from?

It’s a Dark Garden Beau Brummell. It’s fully custom and was used in this wedding shoot for the purposes of corset promotion, so it’s no wonder your eye is drawn to that amazing work of art. Make no mistake, that is what it is, a wearable work of art.

Why do they have facial hair and how do we feel about it?

So you’ll remember when Biffy is rescued for the Scotch Egg in the Themes? He’s got facial hair because he was left there so long, which means his is fuzzy when he is bitten. Alexia helps him to “deal with it,” but I never promised he went clean shaven.

Now Lyall? Well that is a different matter and yes, there is a reason for it. You’ll have to read the story. There may, or may not, be tea involved.

ace-artemis-fanartist- I’ve been re-reading Parasol Protectorate in honor of these two cuties’^ standalone, and I find it hilarious how both have (on separate occasions) talked about how much they distrust mutton-chops

Have any additional questions, please leave them in a comment or drop off a calling card.

Remember you can read a sample of the first scene on this blog post.

Mock movie posters by Sarah Lynne Christianson 

Meanwhile spotted on sale $1.99 each!

Tamora Pierce’s Trickster’s Choice series. If you enjoyed the Finishing School Books than these should be absolutely up your alley!

Bonus if you are a super fan (like me) of Pierce’s Tortall in general there is also a collection of her short stories on sale.

Do you want more sneak peeks and behind the scenes info? New stuff goes to my Chirrup members first, because I love them bestest. Sign up here.

{Coop de Book: Gail’s monthly read along for October is Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede.}

COMING NOV 5th!

Amazon | Kobo | B&N | iBooks

Romancing the Werewolf ~ A Supernatural Society Novella by Gail Carriger will be available in digital form on Nov 5th (print & audio to follow).

Gay reunion romance featuring your favorite reluctant werewolf dandy, the return of a certain quietly efficient Beta, and some unexpected holiday gifts.

SCRIBBLES ROUND UP

  • Meat Cute ~ A Parasolverse Short
    Status: Rough draft complete. Layaway.
    Possible anchor short story for Secret Project A or SS collected/omnibus in 2018 or 2019.
  • TOC ~ San Andreas Shifters #2
    Status: Writing Rough draft.
    There’s a bartender with a mysterious ability and a big scruffy werewolf with a powerful crush. Gail is contemplating shifter food trucks ~ Do it raw! Sometimes we wiggle, sometimes the food does.

GAIL’S DAILY DOSE

Your Moment of Parasol . . .

Day dress, ca. 1904-1905 Galleria del Costume di Palazzo 

Your Infusion of Cute . . .

Liliput Loves The Sumage Solution

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  

“The fact is, I don’t know where my ideas come from. Nor does any writer. The only real answer is to drink way too much coffee and buy yourself a desk that doesn’t collapse when you beat your head against it.”

~ Douglas Adams

Book News:

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Quote of the Day:

“Dimity had firm opinions on cucumber, which she felt was nothing more than slimy, embarrassingly shaped water and should never, under any circumstances, be presented at table.”

~ Gail Carriger, Manners & Mutiny

Questions about Gail’s Parasolverse? There’s a wiki for that!

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4 Responses

  1. Richard Dengrove said:

    Gail, I’m an old timer and admittedly way out of date. However, I have had a Kindle for some time and will gladly read the e-book versions of your works. It hardly sounds like hard copy is necessary. While I do a lot of self-publishing myself, I wouldn’t do it for money. Yours, Rich Dengrove

  2. Charlotte Walker said:

    I laughed. I cried. I will read it again and the post a glowing review on Goodreads. So happy that these two are back together. And Channing…what can I say but full of surprises. Thank you.

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