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Gail Carriger Interviews Emma Newman about her book Brother’s Ruin

Today, Gentle Reader please give a hearty welcome to the fantastic Emma Newman! Emma is many things: a delightful author, a fantastic narrator (I should know, she narrates many of my books including Romancing the Inventor), a stylish dresser, and a fellow tea lover. I have been interviewed on her fantastic podcast, Tea & Jeopardy (which […]

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Gail Carriger interviews Rhys Ford about Black Dog Blues

This months book pick is Black Dog Blues by Rhys Ford. This is a great urban fantasy with some fast paced action, stellar world building, and lovable (if snarky) characters. I invited Rhys round for a visit, so we could get to know her, and her book, a little better. About you, the Author! Tea or coffee and […]

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Gail Interviews Author Tess Rider

Today, Gentle Reader, please welcome my dear friend and lovely author, Tess Rider to the blog. Tess and I are dear chums, but we see each other once a month for tea and good gossip, and I consider one of the best sorts. About you, Author Tess Rider! Tea or coffee and how do you […]

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AMA Extravaganza! (Q&A with Gail Carriger)

My dear gentle reader, I do hope all of you know that I am always available to answer your questions here, or on Twitter, or on Goodreads.  However, a sanctioned conversation is always a good time. And license to go a little crazy. So I am running a Facebook AMA on my Author Page today, […]

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Final Book in the Spellwright Trilogy by Blake Charlton

Blake is one of my closest author friends. We used to get together and write regularly, when we lived in other places and had less complicated lives. I miss him.   2010 SF in SF with Blake   I love the backbone premise of his books… What if you have a magical system based on, […]

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Blurb & Review Requests (Important for Writers)

May I tell you a little story, Gentle Reader? Once upon a time (OK several years ago now) there was an author who also liked to read, but she was picky. Very picky. She liked specific things in her books, very specific things. However, quite apart from matters of taste, one consequence of editing is […]

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Intellectual Salon ~ Ptolemaic Egypt & Court of Fives

Today, Gentle Reader, the Occasional Meeting Intellectual Salon (OMIS) welcomes the glorious Kate Elliott to this blog. Kate is the esteemed author of this month’s book pick and I invited her ’round to give a presentation on the research behind Court of Fives. You likely know that my former profession was archaeologist. Although Egypt was […]

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