Jacey Bedford

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Jacey Bedford is an English writer who is published by DAW in the USA. She lives and works behind a desk in Pennine Yorkshire. She's had stories published on both sides of the Atlantic. She has five novels out now and a sixth under contract for November 2018, Empire of Dust, Crossways, and Nimbus are science fiction (space opera) which make up the Psi-Tech trilogy. Winterwood, a historical fantasy, is et in 1800, it has a cross-dressing privateer captain, the jealous ghost of her dead husband, and a sexy wolf shapechanger. A sequel, Silverwolf, is out now and the third in the trilogy, Rowankind, is due in November 2018.

Jacey is secretary of the UK Milford Writers' Conference, a peer-to-peer workshopping week for published SF writers. She al
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Jacey Bedford Write. Even if you are not inspired. Just sit down and write something, anything. Words will come. Even if you don't think they are good words and…moreWrite. Even if you are not inspired. Just sit down and write something, anything. Words will come. Even if you don't think they are good words and know you'll ditch them tomorrow, write them today. Even fifty bad words are better than no words at all.(less)
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Winterwood (Rowankind, #1)

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Empire of Dust (Psi-Tech #1)

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Crossways (Psi-Tech #2)

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Silverwolf (Rowankind, #2)

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The page proofs for Nimbus just landed in my desk, so I’m a bit busy this week, so rather than rushing to write a post I thought you might be interested in my book cover illustrations for the Rowankind trilogy, and how they turned out after the designers had turned them into the actual book covers. Sometimes I’ve looked at the initial images and wondered how on earth the designers (not the same...

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Sunday is one of the workers on the gate-setting 'ship' (hollowed out asteroid) the Eriophora along with thousands of other 'pieces of meat' i.e. the crew who are in sleep-storage, only being revived for a couple of hours once every few thousand year ...more
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This is a collection of five short pieces and can be read as an intro to the world of Kameron Hurley's Bel Dame Apocrypha world, which began with God's War. I confess I have only read the first two stories, slightly over half the book. I've seen Nyx ...more
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“He should be building a wall between them if he didn’t want to get hurt, but walls sometimes kept in the bad and kept out the good. You couldn’t live your life behind walls. It wasn’t living.”
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