Tuesday, July 29, 2014

I have but a few copies of The Amish vs. The Zombies left on hand. I can send them out post paid for just $10 (the cover price). Glad to personalize and sign them if you wish. Everyone who's read it has loved it. Just let me know.

Also, I have the Bayou Boys Adventure trilogy (Voodoo Virus, Marsh Monster, Playhouse Phantom) available. I'll send those out for $23 post paid. since I have a few more of Voodoo Virus, I'll let them go for $5 each, plus $2 postage (if you want to sample without a larger investment).

Drop me a line. It is time you read my work if you haven't.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Book Signing at Jacobson's, Hillsboro Farmer's Market

My next author appearance will take place Saturday July 26, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hillsboro Farmer's Market in front of Jacobson's Books & More on Main St. in oldtown Hillsboro, Oregon. 

I am featuring my new teen+ novel "The Amish vs. The Zombies" and non-fiction text "Lights, Camera, Worship!" though all six of my books, including the three Bayou Boys Adventure titles (for middle readers) and my Cajun/Caribbean Cookbook will be available in limited quantities.

I'll be signing with author/illustrator April Bullard, who will be signing her new children's book "The Sock Thief." 

April and I are collaborating on a children's picture book that will be released this fall. She'll be previewing some of the art for the book at this event. This will be your first opportunity to see her beautiful and whimsical color art from the work.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Pedaling Publication Promos at Patriotic Parade

Author Gregory E. Zschomler works the crowd of parade-goers.
It was a glorious day for a parade. As part of the Jacobson's Books entry for local authors of "indie-pendance" we hustled through oldtown Hillsboro, Oregon promoting our books and the bookstore. I say hustled because the two mile jaunt was quick.

While I would have liked to have had more time (I literally had to jog at several points the pace was so fast) I did manage to hand out over 400 promotional pieces. Maybe I'll garner a few sales from the effort?

In the meantime, some book sales are picking up. The cookbook sells steadily online and sales of "Lights, Camera, Worship!" are also taking off. I'm seeing some sales of the new book "The Amish vs. The Zombies," but nothing to write home about...yet.