I am honored to have been chosen as the featured author for the March/April 2015 issue of Pen It! Magazine. The magazine is in its sixth year and is produced by Debi Stanton, based in southern Indiana. Debi recently invited me to speak on researching for nonfiction books at her Spring Writers Conference, conducted at... 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 →
We've worked out a few of the details for my Monday, August 19, presentation on "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher” at the Yes Cinema in Columbus, Indiana. This event will be a fundraiser for the Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Care Center, a nonprofit agency helping out folks in central Columbus. As such, we... Continue Reading →
After 3 1/2 months of waiting, Amazon's bestseller ranking have finally been updated, and we got some good news for "Murder in Wauwatosa." Since early February, Amazon had been working on repairing something that caused the rankings to go down. They just came back up, and I was happy to see that Buddy Schumacher's story... Continue Reading →
Time for my next big announcement. I've been talking to representatives of the YES Cinema & Conference Center in Columbus, Indiana, and we're planning a multimedia presentation, discussion and book signing for "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher" at the theater sometime in August, most likely a Monday evening late in the month... Continue Reading →
It was a cold and windy night. My wife and I entered the Yes Cinema in downtown Columbus, Indiana, with intent to distribute ... one of my books to one of my favorite comedians. We'd seen Tim Cavanagh in Columbus once before, but I'd been listening to his funny songs and comedy for years prior on... Continue Reading →