Also available in e-book format!

Did you know that both of my books are available in e-book format? You can get these nonfiction books for your Nook or Kindle, iTunes and maybe other formats I don't even know about. To get the Nook, Kindle or iTunes versions, go to these links: "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher"... Continue Reading →

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Keep your Pappy happy

A few photos taken prior to the Pappy Wilson Harvest Frolic at The Historic Artcraft Theatre in beautiful downtown Franklin, Indiana, on Nov. 8. I was fortunate enough to play the part of Artcraft projectionist Homer Portnoy in all three Pappy Wilson radio-style plays this year. In this production, set in the late-1940s, I conjured... Continue Reading →

Helping celebrate a birthday

Kimberly S. Hoffman and I conducted a book signing to help Wild Geese Bookshop celebrate its second birthday on Saturday, Nov. 3. There were cupcakes, balloons, a food truck and lots of books. We enjoyed it immensely. The event coincided with the Downtown Franklin Holiday Open House. So there were people everywhere ... I mean everywhere!

Wicked on the radio

Click here to listen to some short audio bits of me discussing my latest book, "Wicked Columbus, Indiana," as well as my upcoming presentation as part of Ivy Tech-Columbus' Columbus Past, Present and Future series during an interview with John Clark of 1010 WCSI radio in Columbus. The whole interview can be found here. My... Continue Reading →

Today, today, today. Be there!

All this at today's (Saturday, Oct. 20) Greenwood Public Library Authors Fair, Greenwood, IN. 1-3 p.m.: Interested in writing?  Visit with one of the local writing groups. Interested in finding unique, local gifts? Get a head start on your holiday shopping by supporting local authors. I will be there with both of my books: "Wicked Columbus,... Continue Reading →

Ooh. Fancy

Just look at that fancy postcard someone at Ivy Tech Community College in Columbus, Indiana came up with to promote my presentation there on Oct. 25. that's so nice. We'll be talking about some of the wicked, salacious, naughty stuff that happened here many years ago. And a bit about how some of that bad... Continue Reading →

Imaginarium is cool

For the past three years, I've made the 90-minute drive south on Interstate 65 to Louisville, Kentucky, on the first weekend of October to participate in Imaginarium. This convention focuses on writing, gaming, film making and other arts. There are panels, workshops, authors selling books, locally made movies to screen, games to play, an awards... Continue Reading →

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