I promised to review a book that I really liked, and this is it.
It stands alone, but is the first of many Alexia books by the delectable Gail Carriger.
This review has been moved to Comfy Chair, where I get paid for it.
Filed under Daily Awesomeness, Reviews, Steampunk
It was a lot of fun watching your face while you read that last naughty bit. I’ve seldom seen you blush so much.
CJ: You’re a bad man.
Having lost all sense of decency, I bet it won’t make me blush! Naughty bits are always funny… I even occasionally pick up a Mills & Boon for the comedy value….
Ann: Try having someone watching you read. . . that’ll make you blush. I’m afraid you can’t borrow it – not from us, anyway. We borrowed it from the library.
I really do have to invest in a full library membership……
Ann: Libraries are goooood. Especially for someone like you, who likes obscure classics.
Can I borrow it?
‘I really do have to invest in a full library membership’
You do know that it’s free, right?
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I am an Australian writer of young adult adventure fantasy and steampunk including interactive fiction (digital Choose Your Own Adventure stories).
My debut novel, HEART OF BRASS, is the beginning of the Antipodean Queen series and is available in print and digital formats anywhere in the world. OdysseyBooks.com.au
My interactive fiction is all listed at ifdb.tads.org under "Felicity Banks".
Contact me: fellissimo[at]hotmail[dot]com
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I have also written as Louise Curtis.