SNOWMAN SHIVERS: Scary Snowmen Tales By Mark Leslie

Published March 3, 2013 by Shadow Girl

SNOWMAN SHIVERS: Scary Snowmen Tales
By Mark Leslie
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I found this because of Mark’s brilliant marketing & moved it towards the top of the holiday queue!

THAT OLD SILK HAT THEY FOUND : That snowman you built? He’s alive. He thinks, he speaks, and he feels. They speak to each other, since everyone else is oblivious. Telling tales of what has been, and what is to come. I will never build another snowman as long as I live.

IDES OF MARCH : What would be The Apocalypse to a snowman? Spring? As Charlie sits at his desk, doing his taxes, he learnes that the answer to this question only brings more questions.
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* I strongly suggest reading the ‘Afterward’ in this book. The actual events that inspired the stories THAT OLD SILK HAT THEY FOUND and IDES OF MARCH are fascinating. I’m the type of gal who DOES watch DVD commentary, and BTS extras, and I love this part. Learning about the author, and what drives them, is just as interesting to me as the actual stories. Finding out that Mark Leslie is a Calvin & Hobbes fan, too… well, that’s just a bonus to me!

After picking up your copy of SNOWMAN SHIVERS, or anything by Mark, you should consider getting it signed! Mark is a member of the AuthorGraph community, and he just signed mine!
I need to write something up about AuthorGraph / KindleGraph, for anyone who isn’t familiar with it.
Until then, click this link to go directly to Mark Leslie’s AuthorGraph page –
http://www.authorgraph.com/authors/MarkLeslie

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