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Thoughts on the launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon – 30th May 2020

Jacey Bedford I watched the SpaceX terminated launch last Wednesday and then again the actual launch on Saturday – immediately followed by watching Apollo 11, the documentary using newly unearthed film footage and audio recordings. This was the (so far) … Continue reading

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Editing and Time Travel by Jacey Bedford

Editing one book while writing the first draft of the sequel is as close as I will ever come to time travel. But time travel I did, while working on the first two books of the Psi-Tech trilogy. My first … Continue reading

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Committing Trilogy by Jacey Bedford

Confession: I’ve committed trilogy. Twice. In all fairness I didn’t expect to write trilogies, though I hoped. When I sold Empire of Dust to DAW my original three book deal was for Empire, an unnamed sequel (which became Crossways) and … Continue reading

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That Difficult Second Novel by Jacey Bedford

First published on Jacey Bedford’s blog This blog post was written in November 2013, after I got my first three book deal from DAW, but before any of my books had been published. My first book, Empire of Dust, was … Continue reading

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Character self-determination by Jacey Bedford

First posted on March 30, 2014 by Jacey Bedford There’s one of those little graphics floating around Facebookthat says: Main Characters: You do everything you can to raise them right, and as soon as they hit the page they do … Continue reading

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Two in a Row: Fantasycon and Bristolcon by Jacey Bedford

These are two of my favourite conventions, but unfortunately they fell on consecutive weekends this year, which made for a tiring ten days. I’m still recovering. Fantasycon, which I always think of as an ‘industry’ convention took place in Glasgow … Continue reading

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Live blogging from Milford #8 and final.

Kari Sperring The beer is pink and tastes of strawberries. It’s almost enough to compensate for missing cake — and a trip round one of my favourite castles on a day with clear skies and fine views was definitely enough. … Continue reading

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Live Blogging from Milford #7

Thursday 19th September Jacey Bedford Today was our last day of formal critiquing. The week has gone well. Submissions were all high standard and so were the critiques. My story was last up and I received enormously helpful feedback. This … Continue reading

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Live Blogging from Milford #6

Wednesday 18th September Jacey Bedford Tina arrived last night, only able to take part in the last part of the week due to unusual circumstances, so now we have our full fifteen writers. We might have cracked a bottle of … Continue reading

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Live Blogging from Milford #5

Jacey Bedford Five of us ended up going to Caernarfon this morning. Liz Williams drove, Russell Smith snagged the front passenger seat. Karri Sperring, Victor Ocampo and I squished into the back seat. The weather was lovely, and Caernarfon was … Continue reading

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