Presenting ‘Columbus Past’

I'm eagerly looking forward to presenting a program on my book, "Wicked Columbus, Indiana" at Ivy Tech Community College in Columbus, Indiana, on Oct. 25. My presentation is part of the annual Columbus Past, Present & Future program that the school puts on. "Wicked Columbus" will be the Past part of the series. Programs later... Continue Reading →

Notoriously speaking…

Who killed little Buddy Schumacher? Considering advances in technology, is it possible the case could be solved at this point, nearly 95 years later? These questions, as well as many others revolving around the 1925 disappearance and murder of an 8-year-old Wisconsin boy, are addressed in a newly released podcast. I was interviewed on my... Continue Reading →

Three Months in Dublin

Having spent some time in Scotland and Ireland this summer (my first time in both countries), I was inspired to start writing a novel based in one of those countries. I chose Ireland, specifically the country's capital and largest city of Dublin, as the setting. Edinburgh, you were awfully close! Hmm ... may have to... Continue Reading →

Speaking at authors event

Hi, gang. Just wanted to let you all know about the PenIt! Publications Day at the Bartholomew County Library that I will be taking an active role in this Saturday. The day includes a talk by World War II veteran who has written several books about his experiences. The event will feature three speakers, as... Continue Reading →

Greenwood Library Authors Fair

Just added to my schedule! I'll be at the Greenwood (Indiana) Public Library Authors Fair from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, with both of my books available for purchase. My wife and I are sharing a table. Kimberly S. Hoffman will have her children’s book, “Emma’s Dancing Day,” available and I’ll have both "Wicked... Continue Reading →

Wickedness at the library

I was thrilled to see so many people come to the "Wicked Columbus, Indiana" program at the Bartholomew County Library tonight. We laughed, we cried, we had moments... Seriously, I want to thank everyone for coming out. I especially want to thank Mary Clare Speckner from the library for inviting me again. She had me... Continue Reading →

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