Gail Carriger’s SOULLESS

Gail and I met at the LA WorldCon in 2006—in a Starbucks line, as I recall, and jesus were those lattes overpriced. We were both Outsiders Looking In at that point: manuscripts in hand that we were desperate to peddle to the powers that be. Three years later, we’ve both succeeded; Gail’s SOULLESS was just released by oh-so-cool Orbit to great critical fanfare—and how could it not be, given that it’s a comedy of manners set amidst vampires in Victorian London?  In addition, she maintains a great blog where she offers readers fashion tips as well as thoughts on how to fight off vampires. I think she’s the next big thing; at least I hope so, as I could use some friends in high places.  SOULLESS is available at Amazon and other fine bookstores (and presumably one or two cruddy ones as well).

2 Responses to “Gail Carriger’s SOULLESS”

  1. Gail Carriger Says:

    Thanks my dear!

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