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Gail Loves Chapter Titles
I always love writing chapters and titles. Like names, there are some of us authors relish coming up with such things. Others really really hate it. Anywhoo, I often use it as an excuse for a particularly bad pun.
What can I say? It’s my thing.
- A Lioness in a Hat and Other Concerns
- A Bad Case of the Dropsies
- A Merlion in a Mushroom
- The Premier Floating Philosophy Club
- A Grey Melancholy Danger
- In Which Thomas Aquinas is an Absolute Corker
- A Very Warm Welcome
- A Mystery, a Fez, and an Italian Mathematician
- Soup Ladle of Death
- Cats Can’t Be Trusted
- Our Lord and Saviour the Spotted Custard
- Rumours of Pishtacos
- On Hives, Haciendas and Hijinks
- The Etiquette of Proper Introductions
- Weddings and Their Consequences
- Homeward Bound
Of course my absolute favorite in chapter 9. It makes me soooooooo happy…
Soup Ladle of Death
Also, if you still aren’t tempted, in this book, you get….
Ever wonder how or why Percy comes up with those ridiculous non-sequiturs?
Want more of the Latin in his warped little brain?
Well in this book you get a peek into his head.
Okay, I’ll stop now.
P.S. In case you missed it, look what I got in my office recently!
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Competence by Gail Carriger is the third in the Custard Protocol series featuring Primrose, Rue, and all their crazy friends..
All alone in Singapore, proper Miss Primrose Tunstell must steal helium to save her airship, the Spotted Custard, in a scheme involving a lovesick werecat and a fake fish tail.
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Quote of the Day:
“This suspense is terrible. I hope it will last.”
~ Oscar WildeCOMPETENCE, Custard Protocol, RETICENCE, Special Extras