My Writing Life

Gnome Attack Roundup: Analysis of the First Six Months (Part 4)

How to Survive aGarden Gnome Attack CONTINUATION OF MY SIX-MONTH ANALYSIS: Six months ago, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack was released into the wild. It has been an interesting, and sometimes incredible, six months. It’s my intention to do a series of posts of behind-the-scenes stuff relating to the book’s sale and...

Gnome Attack Roundup: Analysis of the First Six Months (Part 3)

How to Survive aGarden Gnome Attack CONTINUATION OF MY SIX-MONTH ANALYSIS: Almost six months ago, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack was released into the wild. It has been an interesting, and sometimes incredible, six months. It’s my intention to do a series of posts of behind-the-scenes stuff relating to the book’s sale...

Gnome Attack Roundup: Gnomeo & Juliet Must Be Stopped

Not a day passes without some kind buddy or Facebook friend telling me about this movie, have I heard of it? — it’s called Gnomeo & Juliet. Yes, I have heard of it. And this movie must be stopped. I’m thinking possibly mass organized protests …? Too much? OK, let’s slow down a bit....

Gnome Attack Update: Boston.com Mention, and More

This is my last Gnome Book update before Christmas break. If you picked it up as a holiday gift, thank you! These first three months have been a blast and I have met a lot of great people through blogs, social media and travel. And, of course, my dog Graham thanks everyone, too, as...

Gnome Attack Update: Holiday Sales, Mentions in Buffalo Spree & Denver Post, and an EPIC HOLIDAY BOOK GIVEAWAY

Winners picked: Brad, Linda, and Lori. Thanks to all for the very, very kindcomments. Happy holidays! ——————— First of all, let’s get right to my EPIC HOLIDAY BOOK GIVEAWAY. Comment on this post to win. In one week’s time, I’ll pick three winners at random. The grand-prize winner will receive all three of my...

Christmas Ideas for Writers & Book Lovers (Vol. 1)

My big message this holiday season has been simply to support writers and bookstores by buying new books as gifts and asking for new books as gifts for yourself. This is not the easiest thing to do. You must find what specifically what people want (or at least categories they enjoy), and then you...