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Sometimes, he finds the writing he’d thought was lost forever… in his blog.

Now I feel really embarrassed. For the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to figure out what happened to one of my fragments on fiction that I know I typed up and saved… somewhere. As it turns out, it is … Continue reading

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…And now for a FAQ post.

“Why so many ‘Writing Glitch’ posts about science lately, Weaver?” Because that’s what I found the last time I went to Pinterest and “raided” a few boards for examples. (One of my own boards on Pinterest is titled “Science for … Continue reading

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Reading, Writing, and Real Life in November, 2018

Don’t worry; I do intend to blog soon about something other than grammar… There are a few novels I’ve read (or tried to read) recently, and I want to tell you about them. (Of course, part of that will be … Continue reading

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So… about the WIP.

Paul has been keeping me up-to-date on his writing progress (no, he’s not participating in NaNoWriMo, either — he just wants to finish the first draft of this WIP before the end of the year), and so far, it’s going… … Continue reading

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Spoiler: Lt. Close dies in book four.

Made ya look, didn’t I? *wicked grin* No, to the best of my knowledge, the author has no plans to kill off Lt. Close in this or any novel. (Although, should the person after whom this character is named want … Continue reading

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Writing projects and real life: late September, 2018

Three days ago, my clone-sibling informed me that the manuscript for his fourth Tebrey novel (which still has no official title) is now more than 100K words long, with the various plot threads drawing toward their conclusions. It is possible … Continue reading

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A unicorn is not a gryphon, and precognition is not empathy.

At its core, this post is about the importance of fiction writers using correct/accurate terms for things in their stories, even things that everyone knows are imaginary/not real. Several days ago on a Facebook group, there was a discussion about … Continue reading

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