Gnome Attack Roundup: Book Available as eBook, Ireland Gets Prepared, and More

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How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack is finally available in eBook form! This is very exciting. A word of caution though: Seeing as how the book is about 30% color photos (and the photos really make the book), I would not order it as a B&W, no-photos eBook. Order it on a color Nook, or better yet an iPad. And, of course, the print version is the best option because its hard cover makes it ideal for gnome whacking.

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If you haven't nabbed a copy of GNOMES
yet, grab one on Amazon!

Gnomevicious Tweets!! WELL WELL WELL, it
appears my ultra-nemesis, the evil garden warrior known only as
Gnomevicious, is tweeting now as of yesterday. I would suggest everyone
follow him on Twitter just to keep track of his evil whereabouts. Follow him here: @gnomevicious.

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