That's right, for all you folks who have Kindle readers, Nook books,
iPads - the The History of the Snowman is available in the digital format.
It's nice to know that there are mentions of our work here and there and most
recently we came across our name under Snowman - in Wikipedia.
Although this was posted a year ago (January 29th to be exact) it's still
interesting that David Schultz of Helsinki, Finland was kind enough to mention
our book in his Monthly Weather Review Editors' Blog:
Discussions of Science, Scientific Publishing, and Meteorology. He wrote:
humorous collection of the authors' track to hunt down the first recorded
snowman in history."
We also wanted to say THANKS to Francis Pittman on the Sabrina Geisler blog
for her nice review of our book.
"This is one of those can’t-go-wrong Christmas gift gems, a hoot for most
of the folks on your list."
So what's all the news about Katie Perry dressing
up as a Sexy Snowman?
[photo by Splash News © 2010]
As reported on RadarOnline.com, Katy Perry brought her "snowman" sass
to the show at the Jingle Ball 2010 concert at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre on
December 5. More of the Katy Snowman photos can be seen here.
It's always great to see some sexy snowman appeal during the holiday season.
In other news, we have been asking people to send in photos of
"Snowman Sightings" around the country, and Bethel B. sent us this photo
from at the Barnes & Noble in La Cantera, San Antonio Texas!
You don't hear about snowfall a lot in the state of Texas but it's nice to
know that there is still a place for our snowman.