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May12015

The Kiwi Files ~ Steampunk Cafe in Christchurch (Special Extras)

I’m delighted to announce that Waistcoats & Weaponry has won Steampunk Chronicle’s 2015 Reader’s Choice Award for Best Young Adult Steampunk Fiction! Thank you thank you! And now for your regularly scheduled blog… While in Christchurch, Gentle Reader, we stumbled upon a steampunk cafe. I had heard of its existence, but I didn’t know quite […]

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Dec302013

2013 In Retrospect ~ Breakdowns & Awards

Well my dear Gentle Reader, another year comes to an end. 2013 seems to have been a mixed bag for many, but mine was pretty darn good. I cut back on travel, and tried for a better work/life balance, as they say. This is the end of my third year as a full time author […]

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Apr12013

BFYA Nomination for Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger

Etiquette & Espionage has been nominated by the American Library Association as one of 2013’s Best Fiction for Young Adults! Many thanks to all the wonderful librarians out there. I can’t tell you how honored I am to be recognized by librarians. I pretty much grew up inside libraries. I believe many of us writers […]

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Dec132010

Goodreads Choice Awards

Ketchup seems to be my life right now, Gentle Reader. I’m sorry I have nothing more witty to say. Soon I hope to be back to blogging norm but right now anniversaries, writing, negotiations, publishers, rain, broken car, and a whole host of other niggling details are interfering in this, obviously, the most important part […]

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Apr212010

Locus Awards, Website Update, & Balticon Schedule

Gentle Reader, I am most excited to report that I’m a Locus Awards Finalist! Ooooo! In less exciting news, I’ve updated my website’s Alexia’s London page with DVD extras from Changeless, now that the book has been out for a month or so. This includes my sketch of The Parasol, one section of description, and […]

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Jan182010

Alex Award for Soulless (The Parasol Protectorate)

Just in a quick note, I was delighted to find out this morning that Soulless has appeared on the American Library Association’s Alex Awards list. “The Alex Awards are given to ten books written for adults that have special appeal to young adults, ages 12 through 18.” Many of you know how near and dear […]

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