New update for book lovers! If you have Kindle Unlimited, you may now get my new book, A Brother for Sorrows, and read it on your Kindle for free. This is more than a “steal.” It’s free entertainment at its best.

Also, I am producing an audiobook, and it will be available on Amazon and ITunes soon. Look for it in February. The narrator, Kerr Lordygan, is an experienced professional and is working hard at bringing this story to life. He has told me he loves my book. A Brother for Sorrows is an intense drama that Kerr demonstrates in his interpretation of the characters’ points of view and emotions. You will be drawn into the conflicts between Joe Kaufmann, the protagonist, his guardian, Grayson Pierce, his sister, Irene, and most importantly, the former Nazi couple, Henry and Ada Stangarden, whom he had known in the Buchenwald concentration camp when he was a child. You will forget where you are as you listen to this audiobook, and you won’t want to stop it until its completion.

For my central Indiana friends and relatives, I want to remind you about my book-signing coming up at BooksnBrews in Brownsburg on Saturday, February 13th, 3:00-6:00 pm. The address is 1551 North Green Street, Suite I. I will have plenty of copies, $17.00 each, and you may buy the book by cash, check, or credit/debit card. I look forward to seeing you!