I have finally completed my fifth book, KPPC: A Journey Through History, after nearly a decade of research and writing. Today, I submitted my manuscript, over 3100 photos, and other files to the publisher. Now, it is in their hands! My turn to sit and wait. I am excited for the future of this book. It was a long time coming. Many people are anxiously awaiting their copy, including me!
12/19/2016 04:31:01 pm
I am requesting a signed edition of your book,but I now live in Florida,if I send you the money for the book and postage will you be able to send it to me?I know you are a very busy person,and all,but it would mean a lot to me.3,100 photo's my gosh you have really done your homework.What inspired you to write about KPPC in the first place,you live in Yonkers NY,right?
5/17/2018 08:51:30 am
Even the book title shows the mystery of the story... To be honest I like such stories and will read this one without any doubts. Thanks and wish you lots of inspiration for your next book.
Thanks. It might seem like I ignored the comments, but I responded to Kathy through Facebook. We are friends now. She even came from Florida for my book signing. However, for those who do not know, my original interest in Kings Park was through my love for investigating the paranormal. I heard it was an abandoned state hospital with many abandoned buildings and my interest was peaked. I began my research and the more I learned, the deeper my connection became, until I was no longer interested in only finding ghosts. I was hungry for history. That was how it began for me. I eventually became obsessed and knew I would not be satisfied, until I wrote these books that are now available to the public... "No Hope for the Hopeless at Kings Park" and "KPPC: A Journey Through History, Vol. I-III."
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