One of the author events that my wife and I were scheduled to go to but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic was one at a library not far from us. The authors fair at the Clark-Pleasant Branch of the Johnson County (Ind.) Public Library was to feature several area authors on March 21.... Continue Reading →
My wife, Kimberly S. Hoffman, was featured on Page 1 of The (Columbus, Indiana) Republic newspaper this morning. The story centers on her third book, "Cleo and Roger Discover Columbus, Indiana," in which two inquisitive squirrels travel around the city meeting delightful characters and pointing out interesting facts about some of the famous buildings in... Continue Reading →
Click here to listen to some short audio bits of me discussing my latest book, "Wicked Columbus, Indiana," as well as my upcoming presentation as part of Ivy Tech-Columbus' Columbus Past, Present and Future series during an interview with John Clark of 1010 WCSI radio in Columbus. The whole interview can be found here. My... Continue Reading →
My efforts to turn "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher" into a screenplay has been acknowledge by Wauwatosa Now and reporter Rory Linnane. I met with Rory over Christmas break at Brookfield Square mall in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Her story has just been posted on the Wauwatosa Now website. Click here to see... Continue Reading →
It's been a great hour or two here tonight. 1) Jim Higgins of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel posted a very nice review of the book and announcement of my busy schedule this coming Saturday. This is Milwaukee's major metropolitan daily newspaper.2) WUWM 89.7FM Milwaukee will re-run my interview on the Buddy Schumacher book tomorrow (Oct. 9) about... Continue Reading →
Thanks to David Luhrssen of the (Milwaukee) Shepherd Express for a review on the book.