Tagged FAQ


Aug92019

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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Mar272017

What Would Gail Do?

For the today’s blog post, Gentle Reader, here’s a quick fun one for you. Some pithy answers to some frequently asked questions. What is your guiltiest pleasure that few know about? Great British Bake Off, closely followed by Trader Joe’s Paneer Tikka Masala and Marie Claire magazine. Sometimes I can be found indulging in all […]

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Mar132017

When Gail Carriger Was An Archaeologist (Occasional FAQ)

One of the things that often comes up on Facebook Lives and in person events is my past as an archaeologist. So here, for your edification Gentle Reader, is me answering some of the most frequently asked questions on this topic. What’s the 411 on Gail Carriger prior to becoming the author we all know now? […]

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Dec192016

Gail Carriger Where is the Audiobook? (Occasional FAQ)

Dear Gentle Reader, this blog is part of my occasional FAQ series being comprised of questions I get a lot and would like to answer here in depth. Where’s the Audiobook of X… Parasol Protectorate, Finishing School, or Custard Protocol book? What you’re asking about here, is traditionally published. Please direct your inquiry to the […]

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Feb242016

Things Gail Collects (Miss Carriger Recommends)

Things Gail Collects Octopus ephemera Shoes (specifically peep toes & wingtips) Demitasse teacups Baedeker’s, Terry’s, Baddeley’s, and Galignani’s travel guides printed prior to 1900 Ideas for making decorative canapés Recipes for cakes that can be made with only a food processor Information Gail Collects Mythology from cultures and times her characters might visit Images of […]

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