Tagged Custard Protocol


Reticence Special Extras (Custard Protocol Special)

Have you JUST finished this book? You want this blog post: What Happens After Reticence? All Your Questions Answered! Reticence released in August of 2019 Reticence is the final book in the Custard Protocol series. It takes place after events in Competence and contemporaneous with those in How to Marry a Werewolf. (At least at […]

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What Happens After Reticence? All Your Questions Answered!

But, you say. Miss Gail, you say. No more Parasolverse? Wait…. NOOOOOOOOO! Your End of Series Questions Answered! Is this the last Custard Protocol Book? Yes. Anything is possible, but for now, Rue and her crew are off about their own business and tired of  me messing with them. Is this the end of the […]

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Introducing A New Character, Arsenic! Researching Lady Doctors in the Victorian Era for Reticence (Special Extras)

Reticence may have Percy on the cover but it opens with a fabulous new character, Arsenic! This is a teaser post and shouldn’t contain any spoilers so… read on! The opening scene… WANTED: Airship Doctor Physician welcome, surgeon preferred. Remuneration according to experience level. Education open to negotiation. Progressive philosophy and equable temperament preferred. Must […]

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Reticence: Two Covers, Pick Your Favorite? (Custard Protocol Behind the Magic)

Reticence and Competence each have two difference overs, Gentle Reader. TWO! 2! TwwwOOOOOOoooooooooo. Reticence Covers Which one? Print Editions? You can call or visit your favorite local bookstore! Ask them to “Order it from Ingram.“ Borderlands offers signed editions of the USA Hardcover. They will ship worldwide. Use the SIGNED button under the book’s image on […]

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Competence Special Extras (Custard Protocol)

The Great Parasolverse read along continues with Competence, the third book in my Parasol Protectorate spin off Custard Protocol series. This is the first time I switch main characters mid series, and the first time I wrote a queer central love story for a major NY publisher. This was also my first truly hybrid book, […]

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