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January has been a very busy month for Brenda DeMotte, author, Grief Demystified: A Companion Through Change. On Fri., Jan. 20, she will be interviewed by Ohio radio station WINT. It will be her 5th interview this month.
Earlier in January, Lee Valsvik of Minneapolis radio station KOOL 108 interviewed DeMotte for the show,Twin Cities Community. The segment aired on KTLK on Jan. 7 and on K102, The FAN, KDWB , KOOL 108 and Cities 97 on Jan. 8.
Also in January, the book was featured in an article that appeared in Sun This Week (Apple Valley), and DeMotte was interviewed on KTOE-AM Mankato's The Morning Blend with Don Rivet and Dan McCargar (Jan. 6), and also on KMSU-Radio, (Jan. 5), the Public Radio station in Mankato.
DeMotte was the founder and director of Professional Counseling & Grief Services, Inc. where she maintained a general practice while specializing in grief and complicated bereavement. Today, she is a professional speaker and educator on grief who most recently authored a book on this broad and universal topic called Grief Demystified: A Companion Through Change.
Learn more about Brenda DeMotte's book at www.griefdemystified.com.
January is National Blood Donor Month, and Caryn Sullivan, the award-winning author of Bitter of Better: Grappling with Life on the Op-Ed Page, will appear on the FOX 9 News in Minneapolis on Sat., morning, Jan. 21, to talk about the importance of giving the gift of life. Sullivan became a regular blood donor more than a decade ago as a way of saying thanks to the countless people whose blood donations saved her daughter's life back in 2005.
In addition to sharing her story, Sullivan will also be previewing her book signing event at the Barnes and Noble in Maple Grove scheduled for Sat., Jan. 28, beginning at 1 p.m.
Bitter or Better is filled with interesting stories and lots of wisdom. Come and hear some of the moving stories that she has written about. You can also hear her on WCCO Radio weekly with Jordana Green.
More information about Caryn can be found at www.choosingbetter.org.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is like being punched in the gut, according to cancer survivor Marianne McDonough. However, she wants people to know that with a take-charge attitude, they can get through it.
Marianne will be signing copies of her new book, 8 Steps to Getting Real with Cancer: Empowering Newly Diagnosed Patients and Those Who Love Them, at the Barnes and Noble in Eden Prairie, Minn., on Sunday, Aug. 22, beginning at 1 p.m.
McDonough appeared on KARE-TV's 4 p.m. newscast on Jan. 17 to talk about the book and preview the event. There are also preview articles in the Jan. 12 editions of The Eden Prairie News and the Eden Prairie Sun Current.
Learn more about the book at www.8stepstogettingrealwithcancer.com.
Congratulations to Barry ZeVan, author, My Life Among the Giants, A Memoir. St. Paul Pioneer Press Book Editor Mary Ann Grossman's review of his book is published in the Jan. 7 edition of the newspaper. In her review she says, "The best way to read “My Life Among the Giants” is to dip in and look for boldface names of your favorite stars. Chances are Barry has a story about them." Read the full review online at this link.
Copies of ZeVan's book are available for purchase on his website, www.BarryZevan.com.