Thanks to my roving correspondent Rich Custard for snapping
this great candid of Jessica and Roger whooping it up at
Roger certainly does fill out those mouse ears
nicely. And Jessica....well, let's just say she's pretty
Read about all their adventures in the new Roger Rabbit
Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? If you don't have your copy
yet, better hurry and get one before they're all gone. They're
flying off the digital shelves! To buy a copy, go here:
you've got until midnight Saturday to download all the books you
karry on your Kindle or put in the crook of your Nook.
To get yours, go to Smashwords. Some fans have gotten
confused about what to do next. Simple. Click on the Wolfwork
you want. That book will come up together with a code you
enter at checked. So far, all of the codes have been the same
RW100. You enter code when you check out, and bingo, your
boks are free.
This is something I do every year for my fans. Take
advantage of it while you can.
More Wolfworks added to the great Smashwords Free Book
My publisher has just added both
The Late Great Show! and
Typical Day to the Smashwords Read An E-Book Giveaway. Go
to Smashwords to get your free books. Just click on the book you
want and enter the code that pops up. Better hurry. This free
giveaway ends at midnight on Saturday.
The infamous deleted "pigs head" scene from
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Despite what the reviewer
says, the scene was cut not because it was horrifying, but rather
because the movie was running long. Nobody knew at the outset
if this film would appeal to adults, children, or both.
Disney/Spielberg wanted to keep the movie's length to around 90
minutes. That being the typical length for a children's
movie. So many good scenes, including this one, got cut.
Go the Amazon.com site for Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? for
some tasty visual goodies. I just posted images of the new
characters from the book. While you're there, if you don't
already have a copy, download one. Then come back and leave a
review. Check out the ones already there. Some very
heavy hitters are weighing in, and they're all giving the book