Guy L. Pace

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Done

Done. Nothing is ever–really–done. Especially writing. I see places in Sudden Mission and Nasty Leftovers where maybe I could have written them a little better. Why? because I keep going back and re-reading parts. I read parts for events. Nothing brings a rough passage, a poor choice of words or phrase to the front like Continue Reading

Booksellers

Booksellers This post is to bookstores and booksellers who buy or may buy my books. I recently got a shipment back from IngramSpark (the print-on-demand company). Of course, this is disappointing and frustrating. I had no idea who bought this lot and didn’t have a chance to help them sell the books. I communicated with Continue Reading

Amazon

Amazon I’ve been working with some marketing people and trying different promotions on Amazon for Sudden Mission and Nasty Leftovers. As I move to the finish line on the third book, I want to have a stronger showing in the first two. While they have done well at times on Amazon, sales on the other e-book vendors have Continue Reading

Royalties

What are royalties? Royalties are the part of the price of a book that actually goes to the author after all other costs and fees. So, it doesn’t mean authors wear crowns. Here’s a little taste of the business side of writing and publishing. If you check out Sudden Mission and Nasty Leftovers on Amazon, Nook, Continue Reading

Kluge

What is a Kluge? “Kluge” is a word common around computer and hardware systems and is an unfortunate appropriation of a German family name. The term kluge (often misspelled “kludge”) refers to a “clunky, unpolished, quickly thrown together,” workaround or patch that results in a difficult to maintain or repair system. I knew that the term likely came Continue Reading

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