Later this month, one of my fellow authors and my editor, Sherri Stewart, is going to feature me in her monthly newsletter. (See her website to sign up to get her monthly update. It’s loaded with cool stuff: http://www.stewartwriting.com/ ) One of the items she wanted me to feature in the info about myself was the city I live in…Indianapolis. As I typed it, it gave me a new appreciation for the city my family and I have called home since 1993. It’s actually a pretty cool place. I’ll give you a sneak peak of some of the material I shared with her.
Back in the heyday of the Indiana Pacers’ rivalry with the New York Nicks, Indy got sort of a negative rap in some circles. “India-no-place” was one slur. Years before that, we used to be known as Naptown…I’m not sure why unless it was something to do with taking naps being the most interesting thing to do. Well, folks, I’m here to tell you that Indianapolis has a lot to offer.
Here is a short list of cool things to see and do in Indianapolis:
If you haven’t been to Indianapolis lately, it really is a cool place to visit.
Michael DeCamp is a husband, father, uncle, son, and brother. He built a career in industrial sales while maintaining a spiritual life in pursuit of a love for God. He has published two fantasy thrillers, one collection of supernatural/fantasy short stories, and one devotional book. (There are more on the way.) He also produces a podcast (The Cutters Notch Podcast) that provides a new episode approximately once per month.