Tag Archives: metafiction

Updates and announcements: my clone’s novel

My clone is off with friends from the university right now, celebrating one of their cohort being accepted into a PhD program. As I understand it, much beer is involved. (Paul found a place here in town that sells Guinness, … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: Alandra Kade

For this year’s A-to-Z April Challenge, I’m interviewing characters from my and/or my twin’s fiction. Some of them are major characters, some are supporting cast, and some have managed to avoid any page-time (so far). Up first… Alandra Kade, narrating … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he blogs a stream-of-consciousness sort of thing.

What would you do if you found out one of your favorite fictional people was on Twitter today?  (I’ve seen someone on Twitter who’s named after one of my favorite fictional people… That was startling, the first time it happened, … Continue reading

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Sometimes, he blathers about RPGs and comic books.

The more I learn about the Marvel Universe and superhero movies and comics in general, the less impressed I am with the so-called creativity of some of my tabletop-RPG buddies from back in college.  Every time I watch another superhero movie, or even read a … Continue reading

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Typical lazy Saturday brainstorming — now with more violence!

My clone is busy killing people right now.  🙂 Well, not literally.  Y’see, he recently decided to give LARP-style combat (people hitting each other with foam swords and spears and axes and whatnot) another try.  It’s good exercise — works all … Continue reading

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More of Weaver’s weird sense of humor — now with book quotes!

First, a bit of blathering about other stuff, to make sure the things I’m quoting don’t show up in the Facebook ‘preview’ after I post this… That would be embarrassing.  Not that there’s much chance of the Facebook friend of a Facebook friend noticing, but … Continue reading

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What’s the matter — you want to live forever?

I was just about to start on a new blog post (opening sentence:  Jason Grey has no idea how lucky he is to be a normal…) when a post titled “What’s Wrong With Immortality?” showed up in my WordPress reader. Definitely … Continue reading

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An acquired skill

Look! I’m blogging about dramatic irony, and it’s only Monday.  🙂 You know what’s awkward about dramatic irony?  For the author, I mean — all sorts of things about it are awkward for the characters. The awkward thing about writing … Continue reading

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WIP update, plus dramatic irony and television and stuff

I love watching a story be grown, or built, or drawn, or whatever metaphor you prefer to indicate something new being created. Yesterday my clone-sibling read to me a couple of chapters from his WIP sci-fi novel.  Good stuff there, even in … Continue reading

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Fake Coffee and Apple Pie — the sequel

It seems that Murphy, God of Strange Coincidence and Chaos-for-Your-Own-Damn-Good, thinks I ought to be working on “that novel” today.  Or repairing the faded paint on the t-shirt my clone-sibling brought back for me from Meteor Crater, Arizona, several years … Continue reading

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