Teddy once wrote about Bigfoot in his book Wilderness Hunter so it just makes sense that he’s a fan of my Bigfoot tome Lost Days. Here he’s pictured clutching a copy of the book like someone may come along and steal it at any moment. I wanted to Photoshop this image, but Teddy himself requested that I use the original image. Of course, he was carrying a big stick and speaking very softly when he made the request.
Steven Spielberg yanks a copy of Lost Days from Martin Scorsese and playfully declares “The film rights are mine, Marty.” Scorsese was seen phoning his buddy Francis Ford Coppola immediately following this picture was taken and asking him if he could walk him through the “Making him an offer he can’t refuse” negotiation technique again.
I was asked what I thought about this development, but unfortunately, I was too busy testing the limits of Photoshop, and had no idea this was going on at the time.
One week to go until the deadline. Get your entries in now!
I’m giving away two laptop (netbook) computers. Here’s how you can win. It starts with you answering the qualifying question. Read on.
What is the name of the Bigfoot that injures Owen?
Obviously, you will have to have read the book in order to know the answer, and that is the point of the contest. You are welcome to purchase the book by clicking here, Lost Days. But purchasing the book is not necessary. I would never make you purchase the book. That would be a real jerky thing to do. You can download the PDF for free by clicking here, Lost Days – Free PDF Version
1. You must be a member of the Lost Days Facebook group in order to be eligible to enter the contest.
2. Lost Days Facebook group members must provide the correct answer to the qualifying question to be officially entered in the drawing.
3. There are no limits to the number of times Lost Days Facebook group members can attempt to correctly answer the qualifying question.
4. Spread the word bonus – If you provide the correct answer to the qualifying question, you can earn extra entries for each member that joins the Lost Days Facebook group based on your referral.
5. You must provide the correct answer to the qualifying question by January 4.
6. A video of the drawing will be posted on the Lost Days Facebook group on January 10.
7. The answer to the qualifying question can be found in both the Lost Days book and in the free PDF: Lost Days – Free PDF Version. The book is available for sale on Amazon if you prefer the print version: Lost Days
8. PLEASE DO NOT post the answer to the qualifying question on Facebook or any other public forum, including, but not limited to blogs, messageboards, other social media sites, etc. And don’t send out a mass email to friends and family with the answer. They always make their way back to me, and it makes things very awkward.
9. Send the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “I know the answer.” The subject line is very important because it helps me streamline the process, so please remember to use it.
10. The qualifying question is… Wait, not yet! I will post a video with the question on the Lost Days Facebook group page very, very soon!
11. Second Drawing: The second laptop will be for the top 10 people with the most Spread the Word Bonus Points. What are Spread the Word Bonus Points? Simple, whenever someone joins the Lost Days Facebook Group and leaves a comment saying “I’m a fan because (your name) sent me.” You get a Spread the Word Bonus Point (provided you answer the qualifying question correctly). To give everyone ample time to get the word out, I am holding the second drawing on January 17. BTW – You can start spreading the word now.
My last day of vacation is here, and I can’t tell you how much that sucks. I had to find a reason to celebrate, so I made me one of them there book trailers for my new book Lost Days. Here it is. Let me know if you like it. Don’t let me know if you hate it. I’ve got enough insecurities.
…but something is clearly very fascinating to me out of frame. The photo I posted yesterday (see below) was swiftly nixed, rebuked, torpedoed, iced, virtually torn to shreds, etc., and so forth and so on. Apparently, I don’t know an unacceptable picture of me when I see it.
I have no idea what I was thinking, so I can’t give you a reason for the dour expression. Let’s hope I don’t have to shoot more pictures. I hate it… oh, wait. Now I know what I was thinking. BTW – don’t forget to join the Lost Days Facebook Group to find out more about a couple of laptops I’m giving away, and maybe even see more chinny pictures of me.