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SpoCon 2019

The Spirit Missions Series It's been a very busy summer and I'm looking forward to attending SpoCon 2019. The topics list and schedule came together thanks to the incredible efforts of Deby Fredericks. Once again, I'm one of the "speakers" at SpoCon. This year, the convention is in the Historic Davenport Hotel in downtown Spokane, WA, August 9-11, 2019. My participation is listed on the Events...
Updates | Guy L. Pace

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. I updated Nasty Leftovers and Carolina Dawn recently. I finished the print editions around the first of the year. That was pretty easy as the process to update the text at IngramSpark is straightforward. Easy, I say, as compared to other...
Patience | Guy L. Pace

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. Two vultures are sitting on an old dead snag in the middle of a dessert. One turns to the other and says the immortal words: "Patience my a__, I'm gonna kill something." Patience comes in a variety of ways, though. It's often practiced in caring for a...

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday! Well, Happy Birthday to me, anyway. I know we celebrate our nation's birth with the signing of The Declaration of Independence on July 4. Actually the delegates endorsed it on July 2, 1776. Congress adopted it on July 4, 1776. So, this little celebration I'm launching will cover these days--which includes my own birthday. July 3 is an important date throughout history. For...

Reviews & Reviewing

Reviews & Reviewing I'm involved in a round-robin review group for Christian writers on Goodreads. I love writing and reading. Reviewing other's work is a challenge. I don't mind getting reviews from others, be they readers or writers. I learn from them no matter how critical they might get. But, writing a review of someone else's work ... that can be a minefield. Fortunately, the folks...