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Guess… (a.k.a. “Weaver STILL doesn’t believe anyone can tell an author’s gender by writing samples alone.”)

This is a follow-up to an earlier test I did with my own fiction as well as others’ for samples. Because I cannot leave well enough alone, I did another round of playing with that Gender Guesser program… Sample 1: male … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he just can’t wrap his mind around “corrections” made to a manuscript.

This is a follow-up to “Sometimes, he rants about the occasional lack of professional skills from some of his so-called colleagues,” a post from about a week ago. For those who didn’t read it, here’s the short version: I am … Continue reading

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fan art, meta-fiction, and other things

Cute and cuddly… neo-panther? This picture is someone’s lighthearted fan art of Hunter and Tebrey, characters from my twin’s science fiction novels (The Remnant and The Fallen — book 3 is being written now).  And look, bear-Tebrey has red hair and … Continue reading

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I Write Like… Myself!

Last year I had a mildly ranting blog-thing (What – Weaver, rant? No way!) on a peer review site, wherein I attempted to explain to several of my fellow writers that the “I Write Like” analyzer is for amusement only … Continue reading

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