Tag Archives: Paul B. Spence

Update: the halfway-through-the-WIP report

There will be an official post about this sometime on Paul’s blog, but I’m impatient, and I want to tell you all my thoughts on how the story is going. Yes, all of them. Or at least all of them … Continue reading

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Not enough coffee in the WORLD for this…

My clone-sibling usually comes home from work during his lunch break. Today, while we were talking about his latest WIP, the conversation shifted to discussion of novels that will be written after this one… He told me he thinks most … Continue reading

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Writing updates

As of this morning, my clone-sibling Paul has written more than thirty thousand words of the next (and last, I should point out for everyone who won’t even start reading a series until the final book is published) book of … Continue reading

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Sometimes, his clone blogs about star travel in sci-fi novels.

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

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A birthday both real and ficitonal, plus mini-rants about science and grammar.

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

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link: “Archaeology in Science Fiction, Part 2”

Today, Paul has part two of his “Archaeology in Science Fiction” post, which focuses on screen sci-fi rather than on written works.  

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Sometimes, his clone-sibling blogs about archaeology in science ficiton.

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

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