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Gail Carriger’s Soulless: A Peculiar Sort of Review

  Posted by Christoarpher , 07 May 2020 · 25 views

Gail Carriger published Soulless  in 2009, and I find it hard to believe eleven years have passed. In that time, Soulless  and its sequels have spawned a mighty empire; the Parasol Protectorate has given rise to the Finishing School series, with its elegant threat—Finishing School: when you want someone finished—and the Custard Protocol books, d...



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Touching bases

  Posted by Christoarpher , 29 April 2020 · 27 views

So we’re almost out of April and despite my best efforts, I’m not much closer to self-publishing anything. I’m reasonably I certain I updated you all, but in case I didn’t, best beloved, the short version is that Dreamspinner, my publisher since 2011, stopped generating royalties statements and stopped paying me. I have the email tra...



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The Shoreless Sea

  Posted by Christoarpher , 15 October 2019 · 90 views

https://i0.wp.com/ww...s-Sea.jpg?w=950 Book Blurb: As the epic trilogy hurtles toward its conclusion, the fightfor the future isn’t over yet. It could lead to a new beginning, or it mightspell the end for the last vestiges of humankind. The generation ship Forever has left E...



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Meet Cute

  Posted by Christoarpher , 10 June 2019 · 172 views

Gather ’round, best beloved, and hear the tale of how your author met his husband. This was back in the day, 1991, when Sacramento Pride-A Commercial Opportunity (all rights reserved, void where prohibited, product may settle during shipping, lather rinse repeat) was called the Lambda Freedom Fair, and had not yet been given over entirely...



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Romance Writer Challenge

  Posted by Christoarpher , 10 June 2019 · 115 views

@ChickadeeRevisions tweeted a graphic with a topic a day for June and I thought it would be a great way to introduce myself as a writer to my many new followers and perhaps give my older followers a chance to learn something new about me. Not only that, it might get me back into the habit of semi-regular blogging.https://i2.wp.com/www.christophe...



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GDPR Compliance

  Posted by Christoarpher , 21 May 2018 · 443 views

Dear reader,  As you’re no doubt aware, the European Union (EU) has instituted sweeping new privacy laws (GDPR) that any webpage or blog that might possibly collect personal information of anyone subject to EU laws information must comply with. If you’re like me, you’ve had to re-grant or re-certify permissions on many of your favorite blogs.  T...



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It’s True!

  Posted by Christoarpher , 26 April 2016 · 744 views

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Toilets

  Posted by Christoarpher , 22 March 2016 · 586 views

So we’re on vacation, the family and I. Savannah. Sure, it’s pretty, although a lot of the shine comes off when you remember that at least in the historic parts it was built by slaves.  Anyway, we’re visiting the Mister’s Ancestral Home for our son’s spring break. The mancub’s not the most stable soul in the w...



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Flash Fic Friday: Farm Boy

  Posted by Christoarpher , 19 February 2016 · 607 views

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Flash Fic Friday I’m trying something new with my blog, in part to update it more frequently and in part to increase its interest. While I won’t always publish flash fiction, when I post flash fic, it’ll be Fridays.   Farm Boy is from a dream I had recently, and I plan to turn it into a Y...



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A glossary of rowing terms

  Posted by Christoarpher , 22 January 2016 · 705 views

All That Is Solid Melts Into Air  releases today, so I thought I’d best post a glossary of rowing terms to help you all out, if only because info dumping in novels isn’t part of the best-practices matrix. Also, because I kind of did that in places alreayd.  ATISMIA  makes the sixth novel I’ve set in and around a boathouse, and it’s a...







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