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MIchael Rose, author of Bipolar Wellness: How to Recover from Bipolar Illness, was interviewed on WVOX-AM in New York on April 11. During the interview, he shared intimate details about his personal journey from bipolar illness to bipolar wellness.
Rose was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks, when he was just 19. Since then, he has learned to manage the disease, and recently completed work on a book that shares his secrets with others. The book, which includes 20 recovery-oriented chapters that provide a complete program of recovery, was officially launched on World Bipolar Day (March 30, 2018).
RMA Publicity set up a national radio tour to coincide with the launch. On Mar. 30, Rose was interviewed on WINT-AM in Cleveland, Ohio, WELD-AM/FM in Washington, D.C. and WHUD-FM in New York. On Mar. 28, Rose was on WRKO-AM in Boston. On Mar. 29, he was on WAMV-AM in Roanoke, Va.and WTKF-FM in Charlotte, N.C.
Learn more about this title at www.BipolarWellnessBook.com.
The 10th school visit of the year for my son's teen publishing company, Sigma's Bookshelf, took place on April 5 at Nevis High School in the Northen Minnesota town of Nevis. During the event, "Empowering Teen Writers to Become Published Authors," Jusrtin shared the story of how the company came to be while I offered an introduction to how the publishing industry works.
Earlier this year, presentations were done at Marshall Public Schools in Marshall, La Crescent - Hoka Schools in La Crescent, Creative Arts High School in St. Paul, Southwest Middle School in Albert Lea, Armstrong High School in Plymouth, Dasel-Cokato Middle School in Dasel, Hopkins North Jr, High in Hopkins, South View Middle School in Edina, and Maple Grove Middle School in Maple Grove.
The launch party for Beaming Books' debut chapter book, Owen and Eleanor Move In, took place on April 7 at Addendum Books in St. Paul. The event featured a reading and signing by author H.M. Bouwman, otherwise known as Heather.
The story follows two unlikely friends who bond over the challenges of their families moving into the same duplex. Owen, an introspective seven-year-old, joins forces with his downstairs neighbor, Eleanor, a gregarious eight-year-old.
The duo exhibits Christian values and learns important life lessons through common childhood experiences. The Owen and Eleanor series will follow two kids from two different Christian families as they navigate the ups and downs of childhood.
Beaming Books used to be known as Sparkhouse Family. For more information, go to www.BeamingBooks.com.
April is National Alcohol Awareness Month, a time to call attention to the problem of underage drinking. It’s a problem Amber Leone Murphy of Blaine, Minn., knows all too well. In her youth, she spent a lot of time wasted.
Murphy is the author of Can’t Keep a Sober Girl Down, which is a book she wrote about the joys of recovery. On Tues., April 3, she appeared on the FOX 9 Buzz in Minneapolis and shared her personal story of how and why she turned to drinking, the struggles she newly faced while trying to get sober, and where she found the help she needed.
She also talked about how her book came about and how it came to be published. Learn more at www.cantkeepasobergirldown.com.