Another Imaginarium in the books

Last weekend, for the fourth year in a row, my wife and I traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for Imaginarium, which boasts panels and workshops for all sorts of creative types, an independent international film festival, a book fair and expo, cosplay, gaming, literary and film awards, and much more. And once again, we reconnected with... Continue Reading →

Ukraine on the brain

Photos of camp above My wife and I went to Ukraine in August and came back different people. I mean, we're still Paul and Kimberly and if you recognized us before, you probably still do today. But inside, we've changed. We won't fully realize the impact of the changes upon our lives for a while yet,... Continue Reading →

Moving Forward

Many of you know I left journalism after a 34-year career on Sept. 27 to pursue writing full-time. So, today, Sept. 30, I started doing just that. On my first morning as a full-time writer, not only did I drink coffee and take a walk (during which I found a penny), I also managed to... Continue Reading →

A new chapter in my career

So here's a bit of a major announcement regarding my career. After 34 years in journalism, including nearly 20 at my present company, I've decided to give full-time attention to being an author. My last day with a full-time day job will be Sept. 27. I've wanted to make this move for years ... ever since... 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 →

Three Months in Dublin

Having spent some time in Scotland and Ireland this summer (my first time in both countries), I was inspired to start writing a novel based in one of those countries. I chose Ireland, specifically the country's capital and largest city of Dublin, as the setting. Edinburgh, you were awfully close! Hmm ... may have to... Continue Reading →

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