Tag Archives: Project Brimstone

Sometimes, fiction writing happens.

You may be pleased to know that the reason yesterday’s “Writing Glitch” post was so late is that my clone was using the computer (we have to share one — mine died last summer), working on a new short story. … 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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Beta readers: Big thanks, and we hope to hear from you soon.

I’d really appreciate it if the intrepid beta readers for Project Brimstone could get their comments back to me sometime in the next day or two. At this very moment, the clone is in the back yard (yes, back yard, two words … Continue reading

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Updates: editing and writing

I received word yesterday that a sci-fi novel I’ll be copyediting is now in the hands of the developmental editor, so I should be getting the manuscript sometime in the middle of next month. That will give me time for another round of editing/proofreading on Project Brimstone … Continue reading

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If you volunteered to beta read…

If you volunteered to beta read Project Brimstone, I need your email address so I can send you a PDF (also readable on Kindle, in case you’re wondering) of the novel. Email me: thomasweaver (at) zoho (dot) com.  

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Adventures in Editing Adventure-y Stuff

Gun fights! Explosions! Snarky comments about crickets! I have now edited seventy-seven pages out of one hundred sixty-four in Project Brimstone, so I think I can take a short break. Then again, I’m having such fun editing it, so why stop now? It’s … Continue reading

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A Call for Beta Readers

We’ll be needing beta readers soon. Yes, that’s right: beta readers, plural. We’ve decided it’s not fair to LR to make him shoulder the responsibility alone. Also, we want to know how readers unfamiliar with the author’s other works will react to … Continue reading

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A seagull on the mantelpiece, and other stuff about our writing

In several brainstorming sessions (or maybe one extremely long and often-interrupted session) over the last few days, my clone and I have been discussing plans for our various WIPs and how they fit together. “You can’t have a seagull on … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: “Stoner”

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). Thomas: Your real name is John … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: Raven Shadix

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). Thomas: You began as a … Continue reading

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