I've set aside my bowl full of cherries and my block of orange rind Muenster cheese to update you a little on the progress of my first screenplay. But don't worry; the Torpedo Juice brand root beer obtained directly from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, is nearby in case I get parched. Many of you know that I... Continue Reading →
OK, this is totally cool. We now have access to the first known book report on "Murder in Wauwatosa," and it's fantastic! Longfellow Middle School student Katie Scallon did a book report on "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher" and put together a slide show with music for her presentation. I also... Continue Reading →
I'm starting an advertising campaign with Marcus Promotions, placing ads in some of its Footlights programs - the in-theater programs you get at plays and shows in and around Milwaukee. I'd like to thank Angie Mack for helping me get this campaign under way, and the Marcus Promotions design staff for its great work on... Continue Reading →
Come see me, and 20 other local authors, at the Greenwood Public Library Local Author Fair on Nov. 9, 2013, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the library, 310 S. Meridian St., Greenwood, Indiana. A wide variety of authors will be represented at the event, held in conjunction with the library's Friends of the Greenwood... Continue Reading →
I recently received an email from a man who grew up in Wauwatosa who in his youth discussed with pals theories regarding who might have killed Buddy Schumacher. One of those theories was that a female relative might have committed the crime. There's no evidence that lends any credence to this theory, but it is... Continue Reading →
Well.. maybe not. But my presentation at the Yes Cinema on Monday night is being promoted along with that Robert Downey Jr. hit on Yes promotional material. Oh, and "Much Ado About Nothing" also gets its due on this poster: I'm looking forward to the presentation!