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The official launch party for Sigma’s Bookshelf’s seventh teen authored book has been rescheduled for Sun., June 3 at 2 p.m., at the Barnes and Noble in Roseville, Minn. The event was supposed to be held in April, but was postponed due to a snowstorm.
14-year-old Vivian Olson of Roseville started work on Ela’s Diary when she was in 4th grade and finished it as a project for her 7th grade English class. After learning about Sigma’s Bookshelf, the first publishing company exclusively for teen authors, she decided to submit her manuscript, and it was accepted earlier this year. A good summary of the plot can be found in this story written by the Roseville Review.
Vivian attends Great River School and is in the 8th grade. When asked how it feels to now be a published author she said, "It feels wonderful, but at the same time, not real. It has been my dream for a few years now to be an author. My friends used to joke around about me being a famous author because I wrote so much, but I never really thought that would be even remotely possible until I was an adult.”
Outside of writing, she likes to act, do archery, read, bake, make jewelry, play the violin, and hang out with friends. To learn more about Sigma's Bookshelf, go to www.SigmasBookshelf.com.
Teen Lit Con drew hundreds of students and teachers from throughout the state of Minnesota to Chaska High School on May 12. The annual event, which features workshops on writing and literature, this year added publishing to the mix.
Sigma's Bookshelf founder and teen author Justin M. Anderson joined MN Writes MN Reads for a discussion on how teens can get their work published. MN Writes MN Reads allows authors to get their e-books uploaded to the public library system. Sigma's Bookshelf puts printed books into the hands of young authors. Both programs are free for kids.
Learn more about Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only book publishing company for teen writers at www.SigmasBookshelf.com.