Tagged San Andreas Shifters


Drinks for Shifters (San Andreas Special Extras)

Isaac, the main character in my new San Andreas Shifter book, The Omega Objection, is a bartender. Thus the meat cute and various other scenes in this book all occur inside a club named Saucebox, and the bar caters to shifters. Oh did I have fun creating drinks for different shifter species. Here’s an example […]

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The Definitive Gail Carriger Book Reading Order (Special Extras)

The most common question I get at this juncture in my career? IN WHAT ORDER SHOULD I READ YOUR BOOKS? HERE IS THE DEFINITIVE GAIL CARRIGER BOOK READING ORDER 1. The Curious Case short story 2. The Finishing School series (start with Etiquette & Espionage) 3. The Delightfully Deadly books 4. The Parasol Protectorate series (start […]

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Fun Silliness While Gail Is Typing (Ketchup Blog)

My darling Gentle Reader, I am at a super secret remote location right this moment, typing away on the next novel. I’m doing my very best to beat everyone else’s word count, because I’m that kinda girl. Since there are 19 other writers with me, I have my work cut out for me! I’ll be […]

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Sumage Solution Audiobook Available Now! Video of my Q&A

Producer Bryan and I worked like demons (OK, OK, he and Kirt did all of the work) to get The Sumage Solution recorded and out as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, it just took a little too long for Amazon to process the files so it wasn’t timed to print/digital release perfectly. But it’s available now! […]

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Sneak Peek! First Scene of Gail Carriger’s Book, The Sumage Solution (Behind the Magic)

The Sumage Solution special look at the first scene, Gentle Reader. Warning: Strong language! Chapter One: On Patient Werewolves & Exploding Kitsune “Barker!” The shout cut through Maximillian Barker’s eardrum, making him jump. He hit his rickety desk with the tops of his thighs. Of course it wobbled, scattering paperwork everywhere. “What?” he asked the ear-bud. […]

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