Karen Heggen should at least say that she will at some point tell us what happened in an incident last September when a man died after being confronted by police. Click here for more in my Ballston Journal blog.
I'm also just about finished writing the second book, a historical novel set in New York from March to August 1885, about the death of Ulysses S. Grant. I'm hoping to see it this year on every airport book rack, but meanwhile need to deal with agents and/or publishers; so if you are one and are interested, please get in touch.
Some obituaries of Mario Cuomo complain that for all his rhetoric he didn't accomplish much of anything. But both the negative and positive obits leave out one huge accomplishment, which for political reasons both the governor's supporters and opponents have failed to acknowledge, in most cases even to themselves, for all these years: Cutting crime, as explained here in 2009.