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FREE short stories by Paul B. Spence

Over on Smashwords, science fiction author Paul B. Spence (my clone-sibling) recently added two short stories in the same setting as The Madness Engine, and they’re both FREE. “Milankovic“ On Mars in AD 2956, Detective Evelyn Parker’s investigation into a possible terrorist attack … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: Evelyn Parker

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). Evelyn Parker — Detective Parker … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: Ianthe Rohn

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). Ianthe Rohn is a major … Continue reading

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Interviews with my imaginary friends: Alandra Kade

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). Up first… Alandra Kade, narrating … Continue reading

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fan art, meta-fiction, and other things

Cute and cuddly… neo-panther? This picture is someone’s lighthearted fan art of Hunter and Tebrey, characters from my twin’s science fiction novels (The Remnant and The Fallen — book 3 is being written now).  And look, bear-Tebrey has red hair and … Continue reading

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Latest blatherings about writing projects from Weaver and his clone

A few weeks ago, I saw a comment on a discussion board about science fiction and fantasy stating that  readers always prefer stories with protagonists who look like themselves. I can think of only two protagonists from novels I’ve read … Continue reading

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At the beginning of all this, I promised you poets. I promised you dragons. Today, you get both. F is for Frost. You may have guessed by now that I’m kinda fond of the works of poet Robert Frost.  Well, … Continue reading

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