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Science of Middle-Earth: New Paperback Edition

The printing history of The Lord of the Rings is reputedly one of the more complex and tangled issues in modern publishing history. Matters aren’t quite so fraught for The Science of Middle-earth, my own contribution to the canon. For … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings (And, Oh Yes, Buy My Books.)

The time is rapidly fast approaching when we indulge in the Michael BublĂ© Christmas Album Human Sacrifice, notwithstanding insmuch as which this might well be the last time I’ll post this year. So, while I’m here – and whether you … Continue reading

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Crossover Fanfic

Ever since one of her friends acquired a T-shirt on which was emblazoned a Mockingjay with the legend ‘District 9 3/4′, Crox Minima and I have been discussing crossover fanfic – that is, fan fiction in which two different franchises … Continue reading

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Extrafunicular

If posting on this blog were not enough, I have also been writing things for other people, and other people have been writing things about me. The frequency of such extrafactual activity has been heightened by the propinquity of my … Continue reading

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FREE BOOK !!!

Roll up, roll up, roll up – for today only (that’s 6 February 2013), you can download my book The Science of Middle-earth for FREE from the Amazon Kindle Store. Now, you might ask, how does it profit me to … Continue reading

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Writings

It’s just occurred to me that I have the manuscripts of three different books at three different publishers, in three different genres, at once, all together, simultaneously, and at the same time. This has never happened before. The Beowulf Effect: … Continue reading

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Conversations With My Agent About E-Books

A year ago they were rarer than a very rare thing. There were more of them six months ago, but now they are everywhere – rare is the commute in which I don’t see at least one, and, notwithstanding inasmuch … Continue reading

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