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Bruce Ario of Minneapolis led the presentation, "What People with Mental Illnesses Wish Social Workers Knew," for Augsburg College's Spring CEU event on March 24. Ario has lived with mental illness since the 1970s, and has written several novels featuring characters living with mental illness.
RMA Publicity is happy to have helped secure the opportunity for Bruce.
Book awards season is underway, and another author RMA Publicity works with is a winner. Congratulations to Dr. Michael Paparella, author, Just Another Immigrant’s Son: A Memoir on the Otology Renaissance. His book just won Silver in the Memoir/Biography category of the Axiom Business Book Awards.
RMA Publicity secured a front page placement in the Star Tribune's Inspired section on March 20 for the work being done by Lori Myren Manbeck, founder of Inclusivi-Tee.
In the article, Edina nonprofit CEO feels called to champion sustainability in her new book, podcast, reporter Kim Hyatt shares the inspiration behind Manbeck's company, and how she has made sustainability her life's mission. The article also previews the release of Lori's new book, You Can Save the World: In Fact, You're the Only One Who Can, which just became available on March 21.
Learn more about Lori Myren Manbeck's work at Inclusivi-tee.com.
Finalists have been named in the 2020 Foreword INDIES and I am happy to share that Courtney Figures it Out by Minnesota author James W. Lewis has made the list. The book is a finalist for the INDIE in the category: Picture Books, Early Reader.
The story covers a day in Courtney's life with her best friend Aaron the Heron. Courtney has ADHD and has to learn to go to plan B when frustrated instead of having a meltdown. Although ADHD is not mentioned in the book her day with Aaron the Heron faces many situations which require calm and figuring things out.