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Sadly it’s time to say goodbye to summer, but as we move through this year we grow ever closer to the publication of Chain of Gold! I’m so excited to share this book with you, and I’ve got information on special content. The entire first print run in the US will be a special first edition. It will contain a beautiful portrait of the main characters by Cassandra Jean, and will also include the long-awaited short story Fairy Tale of London, about Will and Tessa’s wedding!

For those who don’t know the drill, special content works like this: after an exclusivity period (usually about 6 months) I’ll be able to make the story available on my website.

There will also be special content in the UK and Australian editions, which is still being finalized, so stay tuned for details on that!

Pre-Order Chain of Gold

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Clockwork Angel 10th Anniversary Edition:

The Clockwork Angel 10th Anniversary Edition will be out on November 7th. You can get free shipping if you order from Book Depository!


We’ve got new merchandise over at our Topatoco store: Leggings! These comfy leggings, designed by Kathleen Jennings, feature a pattern of Runes and also Church the cat!

We’ve also got books, tarot cards, scarves, mugs from Taki’s diner, Hunter’s Moon pint glasses, and Magnus plushies available!

More Chain of Gold News:

In honor of Chain of Gold, here’s the next in Charlie Bowater’s Last Hours illustrations… Anna Lightwood!

Exclusive Excerpt from Chain of Gold:

“Last night,” Cordelia said, “you were most appallingly rude to me, and I would like an apology.”

James looked up at her. So this was what it would be like to be taller than James, she thought. She didn’t mind it. His expression was calm, unreadable even. It wasn’t an unfriendly look, but it was entirely closed off, letting no one in. It was an expression she had seen on James’ face before: she had always thought of it privately as The Mask.

She raised an eyebrow. “You’re not going to apologize?”

Maybe it wasn’t better to be taller than him, she thought. When he looked up at her, he had to do it through his eyelashes, which were thick and black as the silk fringes on a scarf. “I am trying to think of the best way to do it. What I did—leaving you on the dance floor—was unforgivable. I am trying to think of a reason you ought to forgive me anyway, because if you did not, it would break my heart.”

She cleared her throat. “That is a decent start.”

His smile was faint, but real. “You’ve always had a charitable heart, Daisy.”

“Don’t you Daisy me,” she said. “Have you taken the time to understand what it is to be a girl in such a situation? A girl cannot ask a gentleman to dance; she is at the mercy of the choice of the opposite sex. She cannot even refuse a dance if it is asked of her. To have a boy walk away from her on the dance floor is humiliating. To have it happen when one is wearing a truly frightful gown, even more so. They will all be discussing what is wrong with me.”

His eyes flew wide. “Wrong with you?” he repeated. “There is nothing wrong with you. Everything you say is true, and I am a fool for not having thought of it before. All I can do is swear to you that you will never lack at any social event in future, someone to stand up with or dance attendance on you. You might not credit it, having met Thomas and Christopher and Matthew, but they are quite popular. We can make you the toast of the season.”

“Really?” she said. “Thomas and Christopher and Matthew are popular?”

He laughed. “Yes, and I can make you a further promise as well. If I offend you again, I will wear a truly frightful gown to the next significant social gathering.”

Reginald Update

Reginald has grown wings! No tuna sandwich left unattended is safe!

Happy Reading!

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