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How Much is Too Much History? – A guest post by David Tallerman

Though I’ve gone on to write a couple of things since, my novel To End All Wars, out last week from publisher Aethon, was my first stab at writing historical fiction.  It was a dramatic about-turn for me after years … Continue reading

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Guest Blog. Peter Sutton Answers Five Questions

Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. My first book: A Tiding of Magpies was shortlisted for best short story collection in the British Fantasy Awards 2017. I’ve since published two novels – Sick City Syndrome: a horror … Continue reading

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Guest Blog From Joshua Palmatier

Jacey Bedford graciously invited me to guest here at her blog today so that I could talk about the small press Zombies Need Brains and our current Kickstarter (check out tinyurl.com/ZNBPortals) attempting to fund three brand new SF&F anthologies.  I … Continue reading

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Writing New Series Vs. Sequels – A guest blog by Gail Z. Martin

Readers ask, “What do you like better, starting a new series or writing another book in an existing series?” That’s like asking, “What do you like more, going to visit old friends or taking a trip somewhere you’ve never been … Continue reading

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Guest Blog from Gail Z Martin in Praise of Halloween

Please welcome Gail Z Martin back to guest on my blog on her Days of the Dead blog tour. Gail writes… I’ve been informed that the candy-fueled, commercially-costumed, liquor-infused, over-the-top-decorated celebration of October 31 is a primarily American oddity. We … Continue reading

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Editing Anthologies – A Guest Post by Joshua Palmatier

I’m often asked what it’s like to edit anthologies.  What’s the process, why do I do it, etc.?  The answer to why I do it is easy:  because it’s fun! Patricia Bray and I started editing anthologies for DAW Books … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Toby Venables Answers Five Questions

Q1: Tell us your biography and background in three sentences or fewer.  I was born with one hand up by the side of my head, like I was raising it to ask something – so, questioning from the start, but … Continue reading

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Gail Z Martin – Five Questions – Guest Post

I’d like to welcome Gail Z Martin to the guest spot on Tales from the Typeface. She’s an American author who writes epic and urban fantasy as well as science fiction. She’s also been kind enough to offer some downloadable … Continue reading

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Guest Blog:Tony Ballantyne tells us about his writing.

Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. Tony Ballantyne is the author of the Dream World, Penrose and Recursion series of novels as well as many acclaimed short stories that have appeared in magazines and anthologies around the … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Ian Creasey answers five questions about his writing

1. Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. I was born in Lancashire, but I’ve lived in Yorkshire ever since I came to Leeds as a student.  I work in financial services, which is about as exciting as … Continue reading

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Interview and book discussion

Over on the DAW books blog… Interview here: http://dawbooks.livejournal.com/150945.html and book discussion here http://dawbooks.livejournal.com/150723.html Many thanks to Joshua Palmatier/Benjamin Tate

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Guest Blogs Roundup

25th November 2014 SF Signal’s Mind Meld http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2014/11/mind-meld-the-best-book-openings/ 16th November 2014 Guest Interview on Chuck Wendig’s Diabolical Plots http://www.diabolicalplots.com/?p=12558 Review on Jaine Fenn’s Tales from the Garrett. http://www.jainefenn.com/2014/11/review-empire-dust/ 6th November 2014 Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds blog – Five Things I … Continue reading

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Mind melding

In which I take part in SF Signal’s Mind Meld on The Best Book openings. I’m in great company with other writers and readers. http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2014/11/mind-meld-the-best-book-openings/

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Guest Interview on Diabolical plots

There’s a guest interview with me on the Diabolocal Plots Website which hosts the excellent Submission Grinder story nmarkets discovery tool. http://www.diabolicalplots.com/?p=12558

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Guest Post on Book View Cafe

So pleased to have the opportunity to answer Nancy Jane Moore’s interview questions on the ever-wonderful Book View Cafe blog. Here’s the piece: Whatever Makes You Weird.

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Guest Post on Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds Blog

I’m delighted to be on Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds blog in his series: Five Things I learned While Writing… In this case it’s Five Things I learned while Writing Empire of Dust, and here it is: http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2014/11/06/jacey-bedford-five-things-i-learned-writing-empire-of-dust/ Thanks, Chuck, much … Continue reading

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Guest Post on Anne Lyle’s Blog

World Building From the Coffee Up is my new guest post on Anne Lyles’ blog here: http://annelyle.com/blog/2014/11/04/worldbuilding-from-the-coffee-up-a-guest-post-by-jacey-bedford/ Thanks for hosting me, Anne. And there’s a new review of Empire of Dust on Jaine Fenn’s Tales from the Garrett. Also – … Continue reading

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My Guest Post on Ben Jeapes’ Blog

Ben Jeapes did an excellent gust post here on my Live Journal blog a few months ago and now he’d invited me to guest on his blog. Here’s my post – about the value of critique groups. http://www.benjeapes.com/index.php/2014/10/everyones-a-critic/ Ben and … Continue reading

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My Guest Post on the Bristol Books Blog

Great to be invited to answer some interview questions for the Bristol Books Blog in advance of attending Bristolcon this coming Saturday (25th October). Answers here: http://brsbkblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/interview-with-jacey-bedford.html?spref=tw

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Guest Blog 2: Gaie Sebold – How (Not) To Write A Steampunk Novel

Please welcome the lovely and talented Gaie Sebold as my second guest blogger. How (Not) To Write A Steampunk Novel To start with, I didn’t actually really intend to write what ended up as a fantasy Victorian spy adventure, with … Continue reading

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