Tag Archives: Paul B. Spence

Not exactly the Olympic Games…

(Sometimes, irony not only catches fire but then floats up into the sky and drifts away…) I’ll just give you the short(ish) version: A few people in the local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) decided they wanted … Continue reading

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First review of The Sleeping and the Dead… at long last.

First Amazon review of Paul’s most recent sci-fi novel, The Sleeping and the Dead: There’s a lot going on in this series at this point. This universe, or the Tebreyverse as I like to call it, has expanded in epic … Continue reading

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Origin stories… or stories’ origins, at least.

While looking through old computer files on Monday, Paul discovered five unpublished short stories about Hrothgar Tebrey: stuff he wrote for fun, back when we were both hanging out with a writers’ group in a city back east. I’m pretty … Continue reading

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In case you want something to read next week…

We’d sort of intended to do pre-orders on Paul’s latest novel, but we didn’t want to wait, either, so the print edition of The Sleeping and the Dead will be available on Amazon in a couple of days (or sooner), … Continue reading

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Images from the (nonexistent) ‘Illustrated Guide to Characters from Paul. B. Spence’s Sci-Fi Novels.’

  Tired of posts about grammar? Yeah, I thought so. I am, too. Would you like a post about art instead? That could be fun… I kinda want to say something about discussing art while we wait for the next … Continue reading

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Cover reveal: The Sleeping and the Dead, by Paul B. Spence

    Here’s the blurb again, for anyone who missed it before: A Daring Mission into the Heart of Darknessā€¦ The war against the horrific Theta entities reaches new heights as the Sentient Concord is forced to fight on multiple … Continue reading

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…and soon we will have a new book cover.

A while back, I shared the blurb for Paul’s latest novel, The Sleeping and the Dead. We now have cover art, too: new, original cover art by Jereme Peabody, the same guy who created the art for the previous three … Continue reading

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