Tag Archives: art
See it here, on the author’s own blog.
(I want to say something about discussing art while we wait, but… *shrug*) This picture is the not-quite-finished cover for the last book of The Awakening series. I think all that remains to be done with it is the sort … Continue reading
[Originally posted as “Sometimes, he looks at fan art and has conniptions.”] This art rant is brought to you by Too Much Caffeine and by the letters W, T, and F. However, no actual conniptions were had. I did something … Continue reading
Friends, we have artwork: If you’ve read Paul’s previous novels, you may recall the Amundsen being mentioned in The Madness Engine. Here are a couple of paragraphs from that portion of the novel: One of the towers stood empty, but … Continue reading
By request (sort of) here’s another Calvin and Hobbes mash-up of Tebrey and Hunter, characters from my twin’s novels. This time, the kid and his tiger are re-enacting a scene from chapter seventeen of The Remnant. (Brief explanation for those … Continue reading
Heard from one of our remaining beta readers yesterday morning. It seems that he’s demanding art as a bribe, or else he won’t send his replies to our questions about the manuscript… *wicked laughter* Little does he know that I … Continue reading
Images from the (nonexistent) ‘Illustrated Guide to Characters from Paul. B. Spence’s Sci-Fi Novels.’
Tired of posts about grammar? Yeah, I thought so. I am, too. Would you like a post about art instead? That could be fun… I kinda want to say something about discussing art while we wait for the next … Continue reading
Here’s the blurb again, for anyone who missed it before: A Daring Mission into the Heart of Darkness… The war against the horrific Theta entities reaches new heights as the Sentient Concord is forced to fight on multiple … Continue reading
A while back, I shared the blurb for Paul’s latest novel, The Sleeping and the Dead. We now have cover art, too: new, original cover art by Jereme Peabody, the same guy who created the art for the previous three … Continue reading
Overwhelming Evidence, or Why it’s a bad idea to argue art history with someone who actually studied it.
This is how it went: Not long ago, I happened to see someone online complaining about how some authors of paranormal fiction have the nerve to describe angelic-type characters as having non-white wings (brightly colored or brown like a bird’s … Continue reading