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 →

Book Signing Bonanza tomorrow!

Here's the details on tomorrow's (tomorrow being Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019) Book Signing Bonanza at Viewpoint Books in Columbus, Indiana, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.:   The weather is going to be beautiful (sunny and 75-ish), so we’ll be outside on Sixth Street just west of Washington St. next to Viewpoint.   Come by and... Continue Reading →

We’re both bestsellers!

Hey! My wife and I are on the local bookstore's bestseller list for the week. That hasn't happened for a while. Kimberly S. Hoffman's newest book, "Cleo and Roger Discover Columbus, Indiana," is the first for kids focusing on Columbus architecture (and there's lots of groovy architecture here). My "Wicked Columbus, Indiana" keeps hanging in... Continue Reading →

Brave Wings magazine story

I'm in the midst of answering lots of poignant questions about my books that will be made to make me look good on the Brave Wings magazine website. At least I trust Kyrian Lyndon to do a great job, as she always does. In fact, you should check out her site right now. Go on,... 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!

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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