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!
I am happy to announce the identities of two special guests who have graciously agreed to help out with the Yes Cinema presentation on August 19. Detective Lieutenant Mike Ward with the Columbus Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division will speak on the updates in investigative tools police have at their disposal today that they may not have had... Continue Reading →
My friend and high school classmate, Art Mellor, took some photos of me at his Milwaukee studio last week. Some were serious, some were silly and some were done so he could test out some lighting and other technical photo things. One of the things we did was a series of shots with my book... Continue Reading →
My wife and kids and I spent some time Saturday dropping off business cards for "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher" at several Wauwatosa businesses on Saturday. Everyone was very cordial, and I found out that there are some very cool businesses in town that I hadn't visited before. We hit The... Continue Reading →
Here is the poster we'll be using to promote my program at the Yes Cinema in Columbus, Indiana, on August 19. You'll be seeing it around Columbus soon. And you should start seeing it on-screen before movies at the Yes in the near future. There's already one in Out of the Blue Finds, a neat... Continue Reading →