During the holidays, I gave some thought to the state of my various writing projects and aspirations, and decided to make a few changes.
My mystery novel will be available for purchase on February 1. I’ve started work on my second book, which almost feels like it’s writing itself. Details on where and how to buy will be coming soon.
The content here at kevinbroom.com will be shifting. I’ve done mostly Wizards analysis here, but that will be ending. Instead, I’ll be more focused on writing, the writing life, and artistic expression. These topics occupy a bigger place in my mind than sports ever has, and I hope readers find my thoughts interesting.
My Wizards content is moving it to Bullets Forever, which has long been a source of terrific Wizards coverage and analysis. I’m thrilled they were willing to add me to the chorus, and looking forward to being part of the team.
I’m going to partner with my friend Ben Becker to attempt a Wizards podcast that will be distributed through Bullets Forever. We’re gearing up to begin production, and hope to have our first edition available in January.
As best I can remember, it was the first time I’d awakened naked and face down in a pool of my own blood.
So begins No In Between, my first novel. It’s a mystery set in Washington, DC in which a former investigative reporter, who quit journalism after a personal tragedy, looks into the disappearance of his brother’s fiancee. The more he looks into her background, the more he’s drawn into a seedy and violent underworld — and the more he finds that nearly everything she’d said about herself was a lie.
The manuscript has been in the works in one form or another for several years now. The writing is finished, but the business of publishing is sloooooooooow. After a series of cancellations and delays, I’m self-publishing the entire book in the next few weeks. For now, here’s a pdf of the first chapter.
I’ll have purchase details and other information about the book in this space in the coming weeks. Stay tuned…