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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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 →

Presenting ‘Columbus Past’

I'm eagerly looking forward to presenting a program on my book, "Wicked Columbus, Indiana" at Ivy Tech Community College in Columbus, Indiana, on Oct. 25. My presentation is part of the annual Columbus Past, Present & Future program that the school puts on. "Wicked Columbus" will be the Past part of the series. Programs later... Continue Reading →

Notoriously speaking…

Who killed little Buddy Schumacher? Considering advances in technology, is it possible the case could be solved at this point, nearly 95 years later? These questions, as well as many others revolving around the 1925 disappearance and murder of an 8-year-old Wisconsin boy, are addressed in a newly released podcast. I was interviewed on my... Continue Reading →

Podcasts aplenty

The headline says "aplenty." Maybe two isn't really "aplenty," but considering the podcast interviews I did came less than two weeks apart, and I'd only done one prior to that, I think "aplenty" works just fine. My wife, Kimberly S. Hoffman, and I were interviewed by Johnny Lyles and David Banks for Brother Brother Beer... Continue Reading →

Upcoming author appearances

My wife, fellow author Kimberly S. Hoffman, and I have booked several author appearances. The following cover central and south central Indiana (from Indianapolis to Columbus) as well as Louisville, Kentucky. Who knows what we'll be adding to this list? I certainly don't. Kimberly has two children's books published thus far and is working on... Continue Reading →

More, more, more

Hi folks. I've been a little slow adding content to the website recently. I promise that soon I'll have much more up here. Among some recent highlights: *My wife (Kimberly S. Hoffman) and I did a podcast interview together in Indianapolis recently. Two authors, four published books, one household. *I am scheduled to do an... Continue Reading →

Signed Wickeds at Viewpoint

I have it on good authority that there is a new supply of autographed copies of "Wicked Columbus Indiana" on hand at Viewpoint Books in Columbus. Being that I just stopped by there and signed them, and you can trust me to state facts, then you know this news is not fake. "Wicked" was Viewpoint's... Continue Reading →

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