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On Sat., Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. - Noon Sigma's Bookshelf author Kayla Jarppi, 14, of Hudson, Wisc., will be appearing at the Spring Valley Public Library in Spring Valley, Wisc. Jarppi will be talking about her writing process and the inspiration for her book, Heaven's Note, published by Sigma’s Bookshelf earlier this year. The teenager struggles with depression and anxiety and is hoping through her book to call attention to the fact that teens in a similar situation are not alone, and help is available.
At the age of 13, as a part of her therapy, her counselor encouraged her to write. The thoughts she put down on paper eventually turned into a novel about a young girl dealing with mental illness and struggles of her own that was so well written, it has now been published. Learn more about the book here: www.sigmasbookshelf.com/books.
More information about the event can be found on the library's website.
The book tour for the writing team of CJ Staples and her teenage granddaughter, Lily Ness, is underway. In Oct. and Nov., they are appearing at Kowalski's grocery stores throughout the Twin Cities metro to sign copies of their book, Cakewalk: The Science of Happy.
Stories about the tour have appeared in the Lakeshore Weekly and Sun Current newspapers.
Midwest Book Review says Cakewalk "should be required reading for any teen or tween. The book covers many common pitfalls and how to handle them, creating an early opportunity for cultivating a more self-reflective, cognizant approach to life."
Learn more about the book at Cakewalk.com.
Beth Hill, author of Say Something, Signed copies of her latest novel at the Calhoun Village Barnes and Noble in Minneapolis on Nov. 10.
In Say Something, everything is going great for Olive. Her two young boys are happy and healthy; her marriage has never been better. Then she is involved in an accident; a life-altering event that leaves her family stunned, heartbroken, and lost. It all happens so suddenly that those closest to Olive are having a hard time coming to terms with the aftermath. Everyone is finding it difficult to move forward. Here is a link to the event listing at the store. More information about the book can be found at www.BethHill.com