My wife makes a big splash with her third children’s book

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 →

Another Imaginarium in the books

Last weekend, for the fourth year in a row, my wife and I traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for Imaginarium, which boasts panels and workshops for all sorts of creative types, an independent international film festival, a book fair and expo, cosplay, gaming, literary and film awards, and much more. And once again, we reconnected with... Continue Reading →

Book Signing Bonanza tomorrow!

Here's the details on tomorrow's (tomorrow being Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019) Book Signing Bonanza at Viewpoint Books in Columbus, Indiana, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.:   The weather is going to be beautiful (sunny and 75-ish), so we’ll be outside on Sixth Street just west of Washington St. next to Viewpoint.   Come by and... Continue Reading →

Today, today, today. Be there!

All this at today's (Saturday, Oct. 20) Greenwood Public Library Authors Fair, Greenwood, IN. 1-3 p.m.: Interested in writing?  Visit with one of the local writing groups. Interested in finding unique, local gifts? Get a head start on your holiday shopping by supporting local authors. I will be there with both of my books: "Wicked Columbus,... Continue Reading →

A bevy of Wisconsin writers

I had a blast at the Meet the Author event at the Brookfield (Wis.) Public Library on Saturday, October 28. The event was a fundraiser for the Friends of the Brookfield Public Library. I got to meet up with former fellow co-workers in the journalism business who have gotten into the author thing, too. I... Continue Reading →

We’re looking at March

The History Press, my publisher, is going through the first edits on "Wicked Columbus Indiana," my second book. We will go through two edits apiece before the book gets published. Seems like this is about a six-week process, so we should be out early March I'd imagine. We will keep everyone up to date and... Continue Reading →

Can cozies, bottle openers and stress balls … oh, my!

I picked up a few marketing items the other day. Ordered myself a couple of stress balls that are really more of rounded-off stress cubes featuring the cover of my book, "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher," on one face. Also got some bottle openers emblazoned with my website, http://www.PaulHoffmanAuthor.com. And finally, some... Continue Reading →

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