Tag Archives: Paul B. Spence
A couple of days ago, I received a new manuscript, more than one hundred thirty thousand words long, that needs to be completely edited in under two weeks, so until it’s done, I probably won’t be blogging, other than my … Continue reading
Birthday: Y’know how I always say something about birthdays of my “imaginary friends”? Well, tomorrow (June 1) is Hrothgar Tebrey’s birthday. Also his author’s birthday, although obviously they weren’t born in the same year. Or on the same planet. Science … Continue reading
Today, Paul has part two of his “Archaeology in Science Fiction” post, which focuses on screen sci-fi rather than on written works.
Science fiction is all about the future… except when it isn’t. Sometimes, science fiction deals with what we may call the deep past, either our own or that of some alien species whose culture grew, thrived, and eventually faded (or … Continue reading
The reason yesterday’s “Writing Glitch” post was so late is that I didn’t have access to the computer until evening; my clone was using it to work on the next (fourth) Tebrey novel. Just thought you’d want to know that. … Continue reading
Want to read “Solitude” before the first of May? Sign up for Paul’s newsletter (there’s a sign-up in the sidebar on his author page), and receive a PDF of this short story. This story bridges a gap between The Fallen (the second … Continue reading
The revisions still need to be read and approved by the coauthor, but I think I’m finally finished with that short story I’ve been struggling with — the one that’s a tie-in of sorts for Project Brimstone. We’ll probably offer it as a … Continue reading