Want to find out what it’s like to have two published authors in the house? Want to know how our minds work? How we craft our stories? Where our ideas come from? What’s up next? Or are you just bored and have nothing to do for the next however many minutes?
Then, you’ll so definitely want to check out this podcast.
My wife, Kimberly S. Hoffman, and I were interviewed by Johnny Lyles and David Banks for Brother, Brother Beer Cast, produced by JL Media Today, in Indianapolis on June 9.
Kimberly’s got two children’s books published thus far: “Emma’s Dancing Day” and “Sigmund Stanley Spider Squared.” I must say, they are wonderful rhyming books and beautifully illustrated. I’ve got two nonfiction books out: “Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher” and “Wicked Columbus, Indiana.” My books are also available as e-books. Go to your local bookstore or search online and you’ll find them.
She’s got a gazillion projects in the works. My main literary efforts lately have focused on writing and researching for a novel titled “3 Months in Dublin.”
I hope you enjoy listening to the podcast half as much as we enjoyed talking. Or more. If you enjoy it more than that, then that’s a bonus.