Tag Archives: Paul B. Spence

Sometimes, he has updates about novels-in-progress.

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

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Want to read “Solitude” early?

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

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Short story is FINISHED, and other writing stuff

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

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Project Brimstone: cover art and release date

We have a release date! And cover art…   Project Brimstone is available for preorder on Amazon and Smashwords. Release date is May 1, 2017. Here’s the back-cover blurb: Major John Michael Harrison, USSOCOM, discovers a dark secret: an invasion … Continue reading

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I can haz free time?

Well, the first round of copyediting on Operation Breakout is finished… except for the last few chapters. Long story. Why the last few chapters weren’t sent with the rest of the manuscript, I mean. The novel is about ninety thousand … Continue reading

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Updates: the ‘my brain hurts — give me coffee!’ edition

I’m now just slightly more than halfway through the first round of copyediting J. R. Handley’s military sci-fi novel Operation Breakout, so it won’t be finished by tea time. Sorry… 🙂 At least there’s a shiny new novelette in the same setting to … Continue reading

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Updates: What Weaver and His Clone Have Been Doing Lately

Yesterday I finished copyediting a rather longish short story (just under 17K words), and my brain is full of military sci-fi acronyms and jargon. Part of a copyeditor’s job is to make sure all the invented words are used consistently. Another part … Continue reading

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