Gnome Book at Borders Pic, and an Online Interview

Michelle Sussman snapped this pic of my book at a Borders, though I do not know the location. The danger of gnomes has attracted a prime spot in this store. Protect yourself! It’s a dangerous world out there, full of pointy-hatted murderers.

Other than that, there’s been a lot of little things going on in support of the book. I’ve been interviewed by several websites, and one of the longer and more in-depth interviews I did was with editor Victoria Mixon over on her website. Click this link to see my full interview where we discuss writing tips, gnome survival tactics, how much a writer can expect to get paid, and more.

How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack (Sept. 2010) is available in bookstores nationwide and you can find it on Amazon here.

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5 thoughts on “Gnome Book at Borders Pic, and an Online Interview

  1. Mesmerix

    Hi Chuck, congratulations! I received my copy of the book and have already read it. It was a big hit around the household with laugh-out-loud moments. I’ll be doing a review on my blog soon. Thanks again for participating as my featured author for August. Great fun to have you as a guest, and best of luck in the future!

  2. Buffy Andrews

    Awesome Chuck. So happy for you.(Doing Happy Dance)..On a side note, I do a charity auction (through my church) for a local food bank in February. I’m hoping you’ll consider donating an autographed book to this event. In fact, any authors reading this post, all of your contributions would be awesome.
    Take care Chuck. Hope your new gig is going well, too. Blessings, Buffy

  3. Anne Gallagher

    Read the interview at Victoria’s. Gosh, Chuck, is there anything that you can’t do? Play the piano too! Please tell me you’ll be doing a conference or a signing or hey, even vacationing in North Carolina, preferably near Winston-Salem. I’ve just got to get your autograph. You’re turning into my literary hero! I could be your number one fan.


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