A few photos taken prior to the Pappy Wilson Harvest Frolic at The Historic Artcraft Theatre in beautiful downtown Franklin, Indiana, on Nov. 8. I was fortunate enough to play the part of Artcraft projectionist Homer Portnoy in all three Pappy Wilson radio-style plays this year. In this production, set in the late-1940s, I conjured... Continue Reading →
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!
My wife, fellow author Kimberly S. Hoffman, and I have booked several author appearances. The following cover central and south central Indiana (from Indianapolis to Columbus) as well as Louisville, Kentucky. Who knows what we'll be adding to this list? I certainly don't. Kimberly has two children's books published thus far and is working on... Continue Reading →
I am fortunate to be a member of Leadership Johnson County (Indiana) this year. The program is a nine-month, intense program designed to enhance leadership skills among residents and employees in leadership positions within their companies. I've worked in Johnson County the past 15 years as special publications editor at the Daily Journal newspaper. I... Continue Reading →
This book is available in both print and electronic forms and can be purchased wherever you normally purchase books, whether online or at a real, honest to goodness bookstore. IN PRINTOnline:The History PressAmazonBarnes & NobleBordersBookstoresThe following stores have generally had the book in stock. But just about any store can order it for you if you... Continue Reading →
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!