Interview

At last week’s SpoCon 2019, the Grown Folks Kids Show (a Spokane-local podcast about comics, movies and such) asked to interview me. The topic was Spider-Man and the early (1960’s) origin story and characters. It was fun, if a lot ad lib. I had no prep for this other than some earlier discussion in a panel.

The guys from GFKS are Andre (Dre) Ervin and Charles (The Great Gunny) Brown. We were in a panel together earlier in the convention discussing the Marvel Universe.

This link should get you to the audio.

Podcast

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Covers | Guy L. Pace

New Venues

I added the e-book versions of Sudden Mission, Nasty Leftovers, and Carolina Dawn to Kobo and Barnes & Noble (Nook).

Check out the book pages to see the new links.

Covers | Guy L. Pace

Originally, the first two books were on those sites, as well as Apple’s iBook (now Book) store. I’m still working on getting the books on Apple’s store, but not sure things are going as I’d hoped. Since I had almost no sales on that venue before, I won’t be putting out much more effort there.

Barnes & Noble have been hosting my paperbacks all along, including having the correct cover on the display page. Now, the e-book is there, too.

This little post is just to keep you up to date on where the books are available.

Lately, the paperbacks have been selling well. Recently, all three (paperback editions) were in the top 10 of Amazon’s Teen/Young Adult Christian Science Fiction category. That was fun!

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Book Clubs

I got a chance to talk to a book club composed of young ladies in California this week, via a conference video call. Yeah, we’re living in the future.

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Updates

As mentioned in a previous post, Error, all written work has some errors, mistakes, and typos. My work is no exception. So, there are a couple of updates.

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Patience

Patience is a virtue. Supposedly. Well, I guess. It always brings me back to the old printed poster we saw in the “head shops” of the early 1970’s.