Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Merry Christmas



Have a great holidays everyone!

(sorry, they haven't been more posts of late. But I'm digging through all the snowman entries for the next snowman contest and hope to post them between Christmas and New Year's. I still have not returned home from the start of the month due to working on the promotion of The History of the Snowman...Sunday I did a snowman editorial for The New York Post...Today I'm the cover story for Electric City...Christmas, I will be on Good Morning America...Today I did the Op-Ed for The Daily News...Sunday I have a big piece in The New York Times sports section.)

Friday, December 12, 2008

Please Come Out to Meet Me in Brattleboro, VT!

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Special thanks to the Emmy-award winning producer Trevor Crafts, head of FullMind Creative

I'm be in Brattleboro, Vermont Friday giving a snowman presentation. Hope to see you there!
December 12th, Friday;

7 pm SNOWMAN PRESENTATION & SIGNING Brooks Memorial Library 224 Main Street Brattleboro, Vermont (802-251-8195)



Also, please check out the new People magazine. I'm on pg. 60!



As primer there's a cool interview I did with the Authoring Auctioneer.
Or listen to this fun radio spot on WKBK in New Hampshire.



For those interested in signed copies of The History of the Snowman please visit the great bookstore Morningside Books @ Broadway & 114th St.
In the Schenectady Area? The beautiful Open Door bookstore not only has signed copies but the snowman mugs. Click link for hours & directions.

Finally, I wanted to thank everyone writing me compliments on the book.
THANKS!
Plus I wanted to explain to those who wrote me and thought the reviews on the right and below here were funny and thought I was joking that actually the quotes are real;


"Very entertaining!"
– Monty Python's Michael Palin

"Brilliant!"
– Joe Jesselli, Smoking Gun.com

"Best Book of the Season"
– Amazon.com

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Snowman Cartoon Wrongly Accused of Nazi Propaganda

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Hans was sent to Siberia for three years making this film accused of Nazi propaganda even though the Russians hadn't seen the film. The basis was that it was proving the Germans could do a better snowman cartoon than Walt Disney.

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