The year 2018 was an interesting one. We had great fun speaking to groups at Fairfield Senior Center and the Kwains Club of Fairfield about the T.J. Jackson Mysteries. Our annual appearance at the Trumbull Arts Festival was a huge success. But the biggest story was the transformation of our first self-published novel The Beatles Must Die to its present title, 30 Minutes in Memphis: A Beatles Story (see our previous blog for an account of how it happened, with a little help from our friend, Julia Baird). The end of the year saw two events that featured all of our books: The Three Kings Bazaar at First Church Congregational of Fairfield, and an Author Day presentation at Bedford Middle School in which we shared the stage with Gigi New, a fantastic local screen writer. Mrs. New and I had a fun time sharing our experiences with an enthusiastic audience of middle schoolers. Hopefully, this will lead to future collaborations! Right now, there is a project in the works ... we will let you know along the way how it's going. Until then, have a Happy and Healthy New Year, and happy reading!
My thoughts on past, present and future ideas relating to my writing.