Stephie and I had a great time at the Indie Author Book Expo at the Peoria Civic Center. Thanks to everyone who stopped by my table and chatted about reading and writing. This was the first time we attended this particular show, but despite the long drive, it well was worth going, and I hope to go again next year.
The next event on our calendar is the third annual Southside Comic Book Show on Saturday, September 17 in the Alan B. Shepard High School Gymnasium in Palos Heights. We met Rocky, who runs the show, at the Windy City Pulp Convention last year, and had a table next to him at this years’ show, so we’re looking forward to seeing him in his home environment. And with a little luck, we might have a new book to debut at this show, the collection of my previously e-book-only “Lost” Sleep Detectives stories that I mentioned before.
If you’re here looking for information of the stories I have available, you’re in the right place. My latest published work is Barnstormers Book Two, which you can read about below. It’s available at Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle. Details of the other books I have in print are on my Other Books page, and I have some free short stories for you to read on my Short Stories page, including the popular tales of the customers of the Adventure Comics Comics Emporium, and a little piece of fan fiction that I wrote over the COVID summer featuring one of my favorite comedy teams. Check ’em out here.
Stay healthy. Stay safe. I hope to see you all soon..
Kristina “Kiki” Hansen and Bridget Doyle, undercover ICPO agents, continue their barnstorming tour across the country as they land their red-and-yellow Curtiss Jenny biplane in Chicago, where they have been hired to perform some air stunts over Riverview, a popular amusement park on the north side of the city.
But in 1925, Chicago was a dangerous place, where organized crime ran rampant, and several street gangs with their ruthless leaders fought to control the streets of the city. Add to that the activities of the syndicate run by the mysterious Belgian, and Bridget and Kiki will face more danger than ever before!
The action then moves to St. Louis, where the ladies join the prestigious Marie Meyer Flying Circus, only to again run afoul of the Belgian and his henchmen.Written in the style of the cliffhanger serials that thrilled thousands in the early days of cinema, this volume finds our two intrepid aviatrices facing phony cops and real bullets as they travel across the country in search of adventure.
Barnstormers Book Two is available at Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle.