Tagged Special Extras




Jun292020

How Does the Peerage Work in the Parasolverse? Occasional FAQ

There’s this scene in the mini-series called The Buccaneers (based on the Edith Wharton novel), where Jacky is teaching the girls how the British Peerage works. It’s riveting, if only a minor bit of characterization, but it’s imprinted on my mind. So when it came time to rewrite Victorian London to incorporate immortals, it’s possible […]

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May112020

Defy or Defend Special Extras (Delightfully Deadly Series)

Dimity’s story, Gentle Reader, is here at last! Released May 3, 2020! I’m rather chuffed with it too, because Defy or Defend is particularly silly. There’s a vampire hive gone badly “to Goth” that needs tidying. Dimity plus one very tolerant (slightly twirly) knight are on the job. This one may, or may not, contain […]

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Feb172020

Meat Cute Special Extras (Parasol Protectorate)

Meat Cute AKA the Hedgehog Incident is now available in all formats! If you’re not seeing the platform you want, it should be getting there soon. Released in print: October 2019 as part of Fan Service Release in audio: December 2019 directly. Released in digital: Feb 16, 2020 This is the story of how Alexia […]

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Dec202019

Characters as Cinnamon Rolls (Special Extras)

This has been kicking around Tumblr for a while now, and I enjoy it so much I thought I would repost it here. Made by caduceus-tealeaf (using images from Soulless Vol. 1 the manga). Yours (looks like a cinnamon roll… you can guess the rest), Miss Gail Want more behind the scenes silliness? Thy the […]

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Sep22019

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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