Monthly Archives: May 2015

Re-reading my own book: Winterwood.

Having delivered Crossways, due for publication in August, I’ve stepped sideways straight into the edits for Winterwood, my third book – and a very different one from the first two space operas. Set in an alternate 1800 with magic, Winterwood … Continue reading

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Two Worlds Collide: Guest Bloggage from Terry Jackman

I’d like to welcome my friend Terry Jackman to the blog today to talk about her new novel, Ashamet Jacey and I met at Milford several years ago. In fact the opening of my debut novel, Ashamet, got an airing … Continue reading

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Book Blog and Pinterest

My original blog, which includes my book blogs is over at Live Journal. I just wrote about Judith Tarr’s Forgotten Suns (which I loved) in some detail here: http://birdsedge.livejournal.com/302299.html Mildly spoilery but doesn’t give the game away. I try to … Continue reading

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More Short Stories Available Online

Here are a few more of my short stories published recently: Time and Tideless is now up at Theme of Absence, and there’s an interview as well A Taste of Oranges is up at Perihelion. Strange gates between worlds and … Continue reading

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Crossways – the Process

It’s page-proof time. The last opportunity to catch any typos and last minute (small) alterations in the text of Crossways before it’s sent to print. I have nearly two weeks to check 173,000 words of text. From the writer’s point … Continue reading

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