Monthly Archives: July 2014

My Updated Loncon-3 Schedule

I’ve got an extra Loncon-3 panel on Thursday 14th August – so here’s the full (confirmed) rundown of where I’ll be. Hope to see some of you there. Extrapolation on Screen Thursday 18:00 – 19:00, Capital Suite 4 (ExCeL) SF … Continue reading

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Editing and Time Travel

Editing one book while writing the first draft of the sequel is as close as I will ever come to time travel. My first book, Empire of Dust, is due out from DAW on November 4th and while waiting for … Continue reading

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How long is a novel?

As aspiring novellists we always receive conflicting pieces of advice. ‘A book should be as long as it needs to be,’ is always a good one, but it’s also generally sound advice that, ‘first time novellists should aim for a … Continue reading

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The Loneliness of the Long Distance Panda

  I’m delighted to announce that my story The Loneliness of the Long Distance Panda, which was originally published in nature Magazine in 2011, has been chosen to be included in their new anthology. Futures 2 (#Futures2) will be coming … Continue reading

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