Did Gailie disappear after six months of savoring her first published novel’s debut? Well, kinda. In November, I moved back home with the whole family, to the state of our roots: Indiana. There were lots of reasons, but one being that in comparison to 200 miles, being only “50 miles of good road” away from… Continue reading In Transition: Moving Across State Lines, Plus Dabbling in Short Story Work
What a whirlwind March and April have been with the release of Fearful Symmetry! And yet, as a mom of young kiddos, May somehow completely floored me. Again. Like it does every year. End-of-school-year activities, summer scramble, Mother’s Day, graduation events–it all hits at once. I apologize for neglecting this blog for so long! For… Continue reading Where Has Gailie Been? On a Blog Tour (Recap Post)!
As a writer and reader of many categories of literature—including fanfiction—I’ll admit I’m biased on how to answer this question: is fanfiction really literature, or is it just play-acting off of the “real thing”? Based off the historical practice for variation storytelling which set several precedents for fanfiction being accepted within the accepted canon of… Continue reading Variations on Austen’s Domain: Is Fanfiction “Real” Literature?
It’s here! The cover for Fearful Symmetry has been released! Many thanks to Meredith over at Austenesque Reviews. This is such an honor. Also, I unabashedly claim that this is the most visually appealing cover I could ever imagine for this book. Susan Adriani, the designer (and herself an author!) did a wonderful job creating… Continue reading Cover reveal for Fearful Symmetry
Netflix must have satisfied some real craving in today’s viewers when it debuted Shonda Rhimes’ “Bridgerton” at the very end of an exhausting 2020: the season is now on track to become one of the biggest shows ever produced by the streaming service (Forbes). As a longtime lover of fiction set in the Regency Era,… Continue reading The Rise of “Bridgerton”: Craving Civility Amidst Craziness
Who is Gailie Ruth, and what does she love? I’m a thirty-something Millennial that was force-fed technology just long enough to view old books as a treat. Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, George Eliot, you name it, I had it for dessert after long days cramming school work through word processors and clunky, quickly… Continue reading Big Hats, Satisfying Stories
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