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 →

I am NOT a professor of philosophy

Someone posted a video on my book, "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mystrerious Death of Buddy Schumacher" on YouTube. You can see it here. That was nice of them. Although I don't know where they got the idea that I am a professor of philosophy. That's just silly!

One step closer to starting a screenplay

I finished reading Syd Field's book, "Screenplay: The Foundations of Screenwriting," yesterday. This was the first big step for me in writing a screenplay based on my book, "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher." The book explains how to go about writing a Hollywood-type script. All the nuts and bolts. Hopefully, I learned enough... Continue Reading →

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