Jun132018

Tea Dueling, Books That Make Me Cry & The Next Novella (Gail Carriger Video)

Hello my darling Gentle Reader, here’s my latest video Q&A for your amusement!

Links to Fun Stuff Mentioned in the Video

Competence UK & Competence USA

Why are there 2 different covers?

(Gail also addresses whether Reticence will also have 2 covers.)

How to Marry a Werewolf Audiobook is now available! Audible & Amazon Audio & iTunes!

Chirrup!

Full list of all Gail’s books.

Want my stuff signed: Borderlands Books is waiting!

Next San Andreas Shifter Book, hints are given!

Main Gail Carriger Fan Group on Facebook

Parasolverse Spoiler Squees! group on Facebook 

Devon Cream Tea: Scone and then cream or jam?

FAQs Answered in the Video

Will Gail be near me? See the rest of Gail’s 2018 Events!

(Also the Dublin WorldCon 2019)

Where are the rest of the manga?

What kind of things Gail looks for in a book she’s reading.

Book club discussion on Goodreads

Books reviewed by Gail on Goodreads

Books reviewed by Gail on BookBub 

 

More FAQ 

More Resources

Craft & Writing & Specific Questions in this Video

How long does it take Gail to write a book and how many revisions for each book? More on the craft or writing under this tag.

Writing Quickly & Keeping the Passion for Writing. Has Gail’s pace changed over time?

Balance and that time Gail nearly burned out: Analytical Versus Creative or Why Gail’s Life Went Bang 

Amazon recommends books like Gail’s. How do they decide? Does Gail have control? More on this subject in this blog post on Also-Boughts:

Character Questions Answered

Who will the next novella feature?

Will there be more North Americans?

Why she steers clear of Alessandro.

Will we see more of the Wicker Chicken?

Other Stuff

Why Gail loves her fans so very much and how important the fan group is to her psyche as a writer.

WisCon in Madison

Teapot Racing

Tea Dueling!

The Tea Master and the Detective by Aliette de Bodard 

End of the pink lipstick quest.

Retro Rack Group

Gail on Pinterst!

Book Gail just finished and really loved? Truth in the Dark by Amy Lane (Goodreads review here) Minor Trigger warning for off screen rape.

Books that made Gail sob cry, in a good way. And what she’s writing that made readers cry.

And that’s it for this one! I do hope you enjoy it!

Yours etc!

Miss Gail

OUT NOW!

Amazon (print) | Kobo | B&N (print) | iBooks 

Direct from Gail (Optional Signed Edition) 

How to Marry a Werewolf (In 10 Easy Steps) ~ A Claw & Courtship Novella by Gail Carriger features a certain white wolf we all love to hate (except those of us weirdos who love to love him).

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.

UPCOMING SCRIBBLES

GAIL’S DAILY DOSE

Your Moment of Parasol . . .

1911-1914 Longchamp, France via antique-royals tumblr

Your Infusion of Cute . . .

Phoenix Comic Fest: The View From the Center Hallway

Your Tisane of Smart . . .

20 Minute Delay Hotel Hack, using an ironing board as additional counter space

I’m talking convention tips and travel hacks over on Beyond the Trope.

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  

How to Cheat the Kindle Store (and Get Away With it!)

Book News:

LeFoux on this list! Bookish BAE: Literary Loves, Dream Dates, and Space Partners

Quote of the Day:

 

Questions about Gail’s Parasolverse? Wiki that sheez!

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4 Responses

  1. anne said:

    Hello,
    Your recommandation of “Daughter of the Empire” is right. Feist’s trilogy is a must-read. I read this trilogy of a strong woman in an alternate medieval Japan 12 years ago and I still remember it very well.
    And one question about the picture of you in some non-American city. The slate rooftops, the granite rampart, the cathedral spire in the background all indicate that it was taken in Saint Malo in France. Am I right? If so, when was it? It must have been before I became one of your readers, or I would come. (I live in France).
    Regards

      1. anne said:

        Hello. I hope that you had time to go to the nearby places of Cancale (to enjoy some seafoo) and the beautiful and unique Mont Saint Michel. Regards.

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