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A Mile High City. There’s Aether Up There, Right?

Excitement! In March, I'll be attending my first-ever con as a guest author. No, I'm not nervous, why do you ask? *casually snaps pencil in half without noticing*.

I'll be participating in eight panels alongside lots of wonderful authors, including some of my own personal favorites. I'll be trying very hard not to go all fangirl on them. I'll also be judging a costume contest and co-hosting the Grand Tea.

Gendered Reading, or Stories For All?

Are my books written by a 'girl'? Sure. Does The Flight To Brassbright star a girl? Sure. Do I write books purely for girl readers? ABSOLUTELY NOT! I write for everyone. You'll find a variety of characters of all ages and genders in my stories, and occasionally some that aren't even human. (and even if my books only contained girl characters, would that make them unreadable or not meaningful to those who do not identify as girls? NO.) ‪

December 2014 Interview with Prim Perfect

It’s always exciting when a friend writes (and publishes!) a book, and here at Prim Perfect, we are thrilled that our ex-Deputy Editor, Ceejay Writer, has her first book out – available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other platforms, under her real life name of Lori Alden Holuta. We caught up with her to find out all about it!

Do Clockworks Dream of Gear-Toothed Sheep?

A dear, dear friend's dream just became a reality. As we all know, the best dreams come true not so much from sleeping as from hard work. This author has put in the work. An epic fantasy that echoes some of the most beloved classic children's tales of all time, E. P. Isaacs's Do Clockworks Dream of Gear-Toothed Sheep? inspires children to see themselves for who they truly are—and never let go.

Putting the Lug in Luggage

While Constance traveled Industralia carrying at the most a carpetbag and a hatbox (and at first, much less!), I do want readers to understand that her circumstance was quite unusual, especially as she really wasn't able to carry a lot due to the nature of her... flight. :) However! The rather brilliant and well-researched author Gail Carriger's characters travel in a more historically accurate style.