Giggles: Cover Art, Book Sizes, & Secret Collaborations, Oh My! (Video Q&A)

I did another Facebook Live video and it was gobs of fun!

Thanks so much to the four dozen or so loyal fans who showed up, tuned in, and asked fantastic questions. Hooray for you, my Gentle Watcher!

In this video you will learn…

  • That the Competence cover causes me serious wardrobe issues.
  • Some secrets about Channing’s novella and his love interest.
  • Why I don’t want to write Parasolverse books set after 1900. And what periods I’d like to write in.
  • What I’m writing next.
  • My favorite Jane Austen book.
  • How much I have to do with my translations.
  • If I can sing.


  • I go all in for a show and tell of the different book sizes! Good stuff!
    • Time Stamp: 39:00
  • I get VERY cagey about a secret project collaboration! Oh but it is so exciting.
  • My weird reason for liking mass market paperback.


Notes, Links & Associated Goodies!

Microphone Tribble


How I celebrated after the live!

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Coop de Book: Gail’s monthly read along for Feb 2017 is Princess Academy by Shannon Hale.


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Romancing the Werewolf ~ A Supernatural Society Novella by Gail Carriger is now available (audio will follow).

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


Your Moment of Parasol . . .

1910 parasol via fawnvelveteen tumblr

Your Infusion of Cute . . .

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

The 7 Differences Between Professionals and Amateurs

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  

Book News:

The Lesbian Review says of Romancing the Inventor:

“Genevieve Lefoux is one of my favorite characters of all time, and I loved watching her navigate obliviously toward happiness. The sexual tension is delicious, and the payoff is sweet and wonderful, while not being terribly graphic. Fans of Carriger’s work will love this dive into a secondary character’s life, while first-time readers may very well find themselves picking up Carriger’s novels.”

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