Manners & Mutiny Book Tour Events

I am off on tour, Gentle Reader, for Manners & Mutiny. Normal blogging resumes when I return. You can follow my exploits on Twitter & Instagram.

(A quick note the book should be available in most larger US bookstores. If it's not shelved, do ask them to please go in the back and open the box. It's there, they just haven't unpacked it.)

For those of you who know me well and read Retro Rack, I won't be dressing to match this cover. I have yellowish skin; frankly darling, yellow is NOT a good color for me. I'm pulling out the red accessories, so expect to see a lot of red and black. What can I say? It's my happy place.

Now, where can you see me live in said red and black? San Francisco, Saratoga Springs, Boston, and Charleston...

San Francisco, CA ~ Bookstore Appearance

Nov. 3, 7pm Books Inc. Opera Plaza (601 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 415-776-1111) Manners & Mutiny launch event.

Saratoga Springs, NY ~ Bookstore Appearance & World Fantasy

Nov. 7, 3pm Northshire Books (424 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 518-682-4200) Manners & Mutiny Tea Party! Limited seating.

Nov. 5-8, World Fantasy. (The Saratoga Hilton 534 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 518-584-4000) Not on programming but planning to lurk at the bar.

Boston, MA ~ Bookstore Appearance

Nov. 10, 7pm Porter Square Books (Porter Square Shopping Center, 25 White St, Cambridge, MA 617-491-2220) Manners & Mutiny launch event.

Via Old Photos & Bacon☣ @photosandbacon  Boston in 1877

“We like the men and women of Boston. They have opinions about everything – some of them adverse to your own, but even in that case so well expressed that, in admiration for the rhetoric, you excuse the divergence of sentiment. We never found a half-and-half character in Boston.”
~ Around the Tea Table by T. De Witt Talmage (1875)

Charleston, SC ~ YALLFest

Nov. 13-14 YALLFest (downtown area)
I will be participating in many of the group author events except the school visits. These include autographing sessions, parties, mixers, and on stage games.

Fri. Nov. 13 Signing

 Sat. Nov. 14 Two FREE Panels & Signing

"But why, Jeeves? Dash it all, she's just had nearly two months of me."
"Yes, sir."
"And many people consider the medium dose for an adult two days."
~  P. G. Wodehouse (Right Ho, Jeeves)

{Gail's monthly read along for November is Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger}


Your Moment of Parasol . . .
Gustave Courbet (French artist, 1819-1877) Woman with Parasol

Your Infusion of Cute . . .
British Museum Teapot Collection

Your Tisane of Smart . . .
Octopuses Seen Throwing Things May Be Using Shells as Weapons

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  
"I can’t help but to write, I have an inner need for it. If I’m not in the middle of some literary project, I’m utterly lost, unhappy and distressed. As soon as I get started, I calm down."
~ Kaari Utrio


Gail Carriger's Books! 

 The Finishing School Series (1850s ~ completed)
1 Etiquette & Espionage, 2 Curtsies & Conspiracies,
3 Waistcoats & Weaponry, 4 Manners & Mutiny

The Parasol Protectorate Series (1870s ~ completed)
1 Soulless, 2 Changeless, 3 Blameless, 4 Heartless, 5 Timeless

 The Custard Protocol Series (1890s ~ ongoing)
 1 Prudence, 2 Imprudence
Parasol Protectorate Series manga graphic novels (1870s)
Soulless Vol. 1, Soulless Vol. 2, Soulless Vol. 3 (Complete at 3.)

 $0.99 short stories (ebook only)
Marine Biology; My Sister's Song; Fairy Debt;
The Curious Case of the Werewolf That Wasn't, the Mummy That Was, and the Cat in the Jar

Book News:
Kelly of Reading the Paranormal says of Waistcoats & Weaponry: “Another fun installment as Sophronia puts her finishing school training to good use.”

Quote of the Day:
“Patrick licked into his mouth like an old acquaintance, catching all their noises in the space between their tongues.”
~ Lia Cooper, The Duality Paradigm
(I cannot get over how good that line is! So good, you guys. So good.)

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