It’s a sale!

It's time for an inventory reduction sale (as well as a trying-to-get-out-of-debt-once-and-for-all sale or pay-for-my-gallbladder surgery sale). In addition to several websites offering the book at a discounted rate these days, if you buy my book from me, I'll waive shipping charges. Some have asked how I can get the most profit from the sale of... Continue Reading →

Starting on a screenplay

The time has come for me to start writing a screenplay for the story of Buddy Schumacher, and I'll have plenty of time to work on it this week. With gallbladder surgery scheduled Monday morning, I'll be off of work for the better part of the week, if not all week. This provides an excellent... Continue Reading →

OK, this is weird

Yesterday, I get a report that someone who said she was Buddy Schumacher's younger sister entered a bookstore in central Wisconsin last weekend looking for a copy of "Murder in Wauwatosa." It has been reported to me that the lady said the book was all about her family and was  "talking about it all like... Continue Reading →

Another 5-star review

5 STARS (out of 5)! Here is a review of "Murder in Wauwatosa" that accomplished author, Michael John Sullivan, posted on Make sure to check out Mike's awesome books here. Thanks, Mike! Hoffman is a great writer and journalist March 22, 2013 By Michael John Sullivan Format:Kindle Edition I don't get a chance to... Continue Reading →

New press release

Here is a new press release I'll be sending out shortly. I think it better enlightens folks to the fact that there is more in this book than just the story of a boy who was killed a long time ago. I've had people come up to me after programs telling me that the most... Continue Reading →

Johnson County Museum photos

These photos were taken, and apparently one was manipulated, by Mark Freeland, a fantastic photographer who lives in Franklin, Indiana, on Feb. 1, 2013 at the Johnson County Museum of History in Franklin. The museum has my book available in its gift shop. All copies are autographed. Thanks, Mark!

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