Bestselling August 2013!

Thanks once again to the amazing BookBub, An Embarrassment of Riches sold in bucketloads in August! It reached #11 on Barnes and Noble and #7 on iTunes! And considering it was #4 on Amazon back in April, that means it’s a Top 10 Amazon and iTunes bestseller (and Top 11 Barnes and Noble). Gerald Hansen …

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Interview for BookGoodies

What inspires you to write? My first book was inspired by true events, as they say. My parents won the lottery when they were retired in Northern Ireland, and many things happened because of that. I actually just took that situation and went wild with it. As the books continue, the characters nowadays (and even …

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An Embarrassment of Riches…#4 on Amazon!!

Old news, but it must be immortalized! Thanks to an excellent promotion through the fantastic BookBub, last month An Embarrassment of Riches scaled the heights of the Amazon charts..finally resting at #4 on April 8 and 9. It was also #1 Humor, #1 Literary Fiction, #1 Historical Fiction #1 (I guess thanks to the few …

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Author Talks at Booksliced.com

Thanks to Booksliced.com for inviting me to chat to them! Read the interview at their site, http://booksliced.com/talks/gerald-hansen/, or here: Author Talks for Author Talks At BookSliced, it’s not just about the discounts. With Author Talks, we share the stories behind the stories and tell the tales of the writers, in their own words. Gerald Hansen: …

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Thanks to all!

Wow! The sales of Fleeing The Jurisdiction have been amazing, and my head’s still reeling from it all! Thanks must go to Greg Doublet and his fantastic site, EReader News Today, which featured my third book as their Book Of The Day last week. It shot up the charts, higher and higher, and I was …

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Interview on “Digital Book Today”

By:  Jennifer Quick Reference: Original Article Interview with Gerald Hansen: Why, as a New Yorker, are you writing novels about LondonDerry, NI? Gerald: (laughs) Oh, my life! My mom’s from Derry and my dad’s American. He was in the military, so we lived all over the world…Iceland, Thailand, Germany, London. And I spent some years …

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The Brave New World for Writers

What a wonderful digital world we authors now live in! Four short years ago, back in the hoary pre-Nook/Kindle days, I thought maybe three copies of my first novel, An Embarrassment of Riches, would ever sell. And only then if my mother bought two. A book about a lottery win in Irish slang? Who in …

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