To All My WordPress Friends by Tony Piazza

(Tony Piazza- photo by Charlotte Alexander)

Forgive me if you are not seeing the number of posts like you use to here. I am presently in a state of transition. This site is being phased out for a super version set up on WordPress at link

 I am also trying to figure a way to divide my writing time between being a film historian and a mystery writer.

 Working with a PR firm also has me hopping, and I have been doing numerous, radio, print, and personal appearances.

 Finally, my charity work for The Boys Republic and the promotion of Bullitt Points has been time consuming.

 But what are in the works?

  •  A new e-book on Clint Eastwood and my involvement with the Dirty Harry series.
  • A sequel to my popular 1930s Hollywood detective series. A new murder mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
  • New film related articles on the new site once transfers of older stories are completed.
  • Media interviews to listen to on new site.
  • Event announcements on new site.

 So, I hope you will follow me over to and register to get e-mails of my posted stories.

Thank you for your support, it is amazing how much this site has grown. The number of viewers coming to this blog each day are amazing. I hope the trend will continue into the future. With your help, I’m sure it will.


Tony Piazza is author of the 1930s Hollywood murder mystery novel, “Anything Short of Murder,” which had its roots on the TCM fan website. His next novel, “The Curse of the Crimson Dragon” was released early 2012 and is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites. He was an actor/extra during the 1970s and worked with such legends as Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, and Karl Malden.  His non-fiction e-book “Bullitt Points” is an in depth look at the making of “Bullitt” from a person who was there. Look for it where fine books are sold, or at the link posted below. All profits goes to the Boys Republic charity.