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Gnome Attack Roundup: Interview Roundup

Since the announcement last week that Sony & Robert Zemeckis were optioning the film rights to my book, I've been getting a lot of questions about what happens next in the process. Truthfully, there's not much to tell. At some point, a screenwriter will be chosen (not me) and when a draft is finished, it will be passed around to actors. I will keep everyone posted as this new development moves along.

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The book is now available in Spencers!

More Recent Coverage & Interviews:

  • M. Christine Weber interviewed me for an installment of her "Reading Lair" blog. As far as interviews go, this one was a lot of fun. We discussed everything from gnome attacks to New Kids on the Block dance moves.
  • Patricia Stoltey with the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers interviewed me on the Chiseled in Rock blog.
  • When I was teaching at a recent conference in Indiana, I was interviewed by a staffer for GeekMom website. Here is the interview.
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Zombie gnomes? We are dead. So very
dead. Buy zombie gnomes here.

Media requests & interviews: If you would like a free review copy of Gnomes
for an interview or roundup or any kind of mention, please contact me
at literaryagent(at)fwmedia.com(dot)com and I will send your information
to my publicist. Thanks!

More Gnome news: To see all the news & reviews & coverage of my book, click on "My Writing Life" at the end of this post.

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How to Survive a
Garden Gnome Attack

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