Good day Gentle Reader,
here, for your amusement, is me tinkering with cover art, wanna play?
I have no excuses. This is just how my brain works.
The images used for this book are all stock art. I discuss the terrible dangers in using stock art in this blog post. And you can see them on this Pinterest board.
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OUT MAY 13, 2018!
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How to Marry a Werewolf (In 10 Easy Steps) ~ A Claw & Courtship Novella by Gail Carriger is now awabile (print, audio & other editions will follow). Featuring a certain white wolf we all love to hate (except those of us weirdos who love to love him). Add this book on Goodreads.
Guilty of an indiscretion? Time to marry a werewolf.
Rejected by her family, Faith crosses the Atlantic, looking for a marriage of convenience and revenge. But things are done differently in London. Werewolves are civilized. At least they pretend to be.
- Competence ~ Custard Protocol Book 3
Out July 17, 2018.
Third in the Custard Protocol series featuring Primrose, Rue, and all their crazy friends. Available to preorder in digital & hardcover!
- The Omega Objection ~ The San Andreas Shifters Book 2
Coming November 2018.
A werewolf walks into a bar and falls in love with a man who has no smell.
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Quote of the Day:
I love the pic of Lilliput on the map with her claws er paws stretched out. Is she holding the map for ransom, better treats and she won’t claw it up?
Rocks in the suitcase? Maybe quartzes from Herkimer County, New York – for an aetherographic transmitter? Heehee. Or perhaps to belabour Himself with….why do unpleasant men have to be gorgeous? You know, Channing reminds me a bit (in terms of “beautiful but awful”) of Geoffrey le Bel of Anjou….but different colouring (Geoffrey was red-haired).
Brilliant ideas…I really think that Channing must have Finnish/Swedish ancestry to be so pale and gorgeous….Oh dear.
Sorry for waffling.
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