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I’ve been sitting at my desk, typing away at my keyboard, working on book 6 in the Journey of the Freighter Lola series.  I think this will be my best work yet.  I’ve learned so much since I began this journey.

I think six books is a good number for a series.  I think I may leave an opening for the future if I ever decide to revisit Oakdale and the Freighter Lola.  I will continue writing and already have plans for police drama drawing from my thirty years on the Chicago Police Department.  I am also working on compiling recipes and ideas for the second edition of Dining – Not Just Eating.

The second edition will still focus on the person new to the kitchen.  I found there are a lot more in need of help than single dads.  An 80-year-old man picked up a copy of my book the other day.  His wife died after 52 years of marriage.  He was learning how to cook now.

Take a look at the website.  You’ll find links to read samples of all my books and to purchase them.  In addition, I have been writing articles for Law Enforcement Today for several years and have compiled quite a few   Take a look at the L.E.T Articles section to see all my articles.

I have a mailing list and use it sparingly.  I hate receiving junk mail and tend to ignore most without reading it.  To ensure you don’t ever get to that point, I only send out emails when I have something major like a book sale or new release. If you would be interested in joining the list there is a link asking you to Join the Journey.  As a free gift to all who join, you can download my short story prequel Ambush in the Forest as an e-book.

Enjoy the Journey and Dine Well

Robert Weisskopf


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2 thoughts on “Thank you for stopping by…”

  1. I just read your piece ” Twelve this year”. I am honored to have you write about our profession with such consideration and grace. I thank you. As I am sure the other Blue families would like to thank you as well.
    God Bless

    1. Thank you for your kind comments. As a retired member of the Chicago Police Departement the blue in my veins runs deep. Once the police always the police . Stay safe

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