I went through the Berks County Historical Society like a whirlwind, managing to pick up a few more facts about J. G. Hohman of Long-Lost Friend fame.  I’ll try to post more later.

I am running a game at iCon on Friday at 9 PM, “Read All Over,” a mystery set in colonial Boston.  I have no idea how determining players will work, so I’ll just show up and see what happens.

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  1. I’m really looking forward to your book, Dan. Do you have any publishers in mind yet? I hope it gets the deluxe treatment. You may have one lined up already, but if not, I’d suggest: Scarlet Imprint, Fulgur, Ouroboros Press, Waning Moon, Caduceus Books, or Ibis Press.

    Any chance the book will come with a himmelsbrief? That would be a nice touch. The limited edition of C.R. Bilardi’s recent book, “The Red Church or The Art of Pennsylvania German Braucherei” included one.

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