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In the author’s own words…

Paul has a post on his blog about his upcoming novel, I Won’t Cry for Yesterday: Back when I first started writing, I wrote a novel and then another with the same characters, something of a stand-alone sequel. They were … Continue reading

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Cover/Title Reveal

I’m sure I’ve mentioned recently that my clone-sibling has a new novel… Well, here’s the cover: I think I’d describe this novel as a contemporary paranormal thriller, but you won’t find any werewolves and such on its pages: it’s not … Continue reading

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Anything that can go weirdly, will. Especially copyediting fiction. Especially if the copyeditor is the author’s clone-sibling.

This is how it went, back near the beginning of the month: Needed to take a break from editing. Decided to listen to music. First song to come up was… “Eye in the Sky,” by The Alan Parsons Project. I … Continue reading

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ALMOST done with editing The Project…

The government agent said, “You know too much,” and the copyeditor said, “I’m done.” Not really. I still have two more chapters, which I’ll get to later today (probably before lunchtime, even). Then there’s just doing a quick pass to … Continue reading

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“So, Weaver… how’s the editing of your clone’s novel going?”

I typed this several days ago: Chapter Twelve: A character appears in this story who has appeared previously in something else by the same author… Yes, I’m going a lot slower with copyediting this manuscript than I usually do, but … Continue reading

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The very small “grammar rant” of the day

Ohmigod, kids, it’s the tenets of whatever art/design style, not tennants! Unless you mean to imply that someone is renting the Arts and Crafts movement, which seems improbable. *shakes head*      

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Providence… or whatever the author ends up calling this novel.

Maybe I’m not supposed to tell you this yet, but then again, he didn’t tell me not to… The clone-sibling hit a small snag in writing the final book of his sci-fi series The Awakening. So he set it aside, … Continue reading

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