Well, 2009 is here and we're embracing it with open arms... is that possible? Let's just say we're looking forward to it!
Not only have our authors been getting lots of interviews but our books have been seen here and there, too.
Dennis Palumbo, author of From Crime to Crime, now has his own column on The Huffington Post.
Author Rachel Ingegneri has been quoted in several articles and blogs about the tough job market and how to conquer that job interview once you get it. Her book, Ten Minutes to the Job Interview has everything needed to ace the task.
And Dr. Huizenga, author of Where Did All the Fat Go? has settled into another hit season of NBC's The Biggest Loser... although I don't think he settles into anything, nor does he let any of the contestants settle either. And if you use his book to lose fat (not just weight) you won't be settling for very long.
Steve Young, author of Great Failures of the Extremely Successful, continues to blog and write everywhere! Really. We don't think he sleeps. But it's ok because what he writes is pretty funny and insightful. Google him and you'll see!
And Billy Mernit it speaking over the weekend accompanied by dozens of copies of his great Valentine's appropriate book, That's How Much I Love you. Happy V-Day everyone!
DROODLES, DROODLES, DROODLES
Droodles seems to be as popular as ever. It gets the most traffic at our website (www.Tallfellow.com) and now, you can be the proud owner of Droodles stuff like T-shirts, mugs, calendars, teddy bears and underwear, just to name a few products. Go to Droodles to jump on the bandwagon. Don't be the last person on your block without something Droodles.
And speaking Droodles, it's time to announce the winner of the last Droodles contest and present our new one.
The winner of the last contest (#11) is Pat. Congrats Pat. Pat actually offered two captions, both of which were pretty great... so take your pick for the following Droodle:
Stringless Guitar or
Sparse Pussey willow Branch
And now, with what is arguably our most famousDroodle (because it was used on the cover of a Frank Zappa album), here is our Droodles Caption contest #12:
Ship Arriving Too Late to Save A Drowning Witch
As always, please leave your original captions in the Comment section below (just under the date).** The winner, judged by our staff of in-house Droodlites, will receive a FREE copy of Droodles: The Classic Collection by Roger Price.
**NOTE: Inappropriate submissions will be deleted... this is an All Ages competition!**