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In honor of The Month of Mystery (October), the Galleria Barnes and Noble in Edina, Minn., hosted a free mystery writers' workshop led my award-winning Twin Cities mystery writer Marilyn Jax. During the three-hour workshop, she taught attendees how to incorporate intriguing plots, haunting characters, clues, twists and turns, red herrings, and more into their work. Attendees then honed their new skills through writing exercises. A story about the event and Marilyn's work appears in the Oct. 24 issue of the MN Sun Sailor newspaper.
About Marilyn Jax
A veteran senior government enforcement investigator for close to two decades, and a retired Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), the author lives in Minnesota and the Caribbean and enjoys spending time in Miami and Montana. She is a 32-time national/international award-winning mystery author. Books in Jax's Caswell & Lombard series include: The Find, Road to Omalos, Sapphire Trails, Never in Ink and The Ploy. Watch for book six in the series, I Heard Everything, coming in 2020.
Marilyn Jax also has a story in "Cooked to Death, Tales of Crime and Cookery," a mystery anthology.
Learn more about her work at MarilynJax.com.
A great way to spread the word about your book is to present at Rotaries, and on Oct. 14, Mark Fischer, author, Serious About Retiring: A Practical Roadmap for a Happier, Wealthier, Happier Retirement, was invited to speak at the Roseville Rotary. His presentation was titled: Retirement: A Time for Bold, Imaginative Goals.
Learn more about Mark's work at SeriousAboutRetiring.com.
The Twin Cities' Romanian American community celebrates the grand opening of its brand new headquarters location this weekend. The celebration kicked off with an interview on KSTP Television the morning Oct. 13, followed by an open house from Noon to 5 p.m. There is also a preview story in the Sunday issue of the Pioneer Press newspaper.
The open house will feature a tour of the building and a photography exhibit featuring photos from Queen Marie of Romania’s 1926 tour of the United States. Romania’s last queen is known for her beauty, intelligence, courage and compassion. A beloved ambassador of Romania’s traditional art and history, in 1926, she attracted large crowds while in New York, Washington State as well as St Paul. The HORA Romanian American Cultural Center is located on the third floor of the Landmark Center in St. Paul in Room #319. HORA is short for the Heritage Organization of Romanian.
“Our goal for the Cultural Center is to offer the Romanian American community in Minnesota a place to gather, educate and share our Romanian traditions, culture, history and language with the local community. While Romanians have settled in the Twin Cities area since early 1900s, this is our first cultural center in Minnesota,” said Gina Popa, President HORA.
Founded in 2009, HORA is a non-profit organization with a passion to enrich Minnesota’s diverse cultural landscape by preserving and sharing the valuable heritage of the Romanian American community.
The largest book festival of the year in the Midwest took place on Oct. 12 at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds in St. Paul, and teen publishing company Sigma’s Bookshelf launched two new teen authored books that day.
Demons Returning by Bella Skaja is the story of a group of young people who escape their village after it is attacked by demons, and go on an adventure to try and find a new place to call home. Animal Power: The Amazon by Irene Larn is the story of a group of 6th graders who find themselves alone in the Amazon rainforest, and during their adventure meet talking animals, and learn a lot about the animals that call the place home.
All 14 of the company's available titles were be sold at a discount during the Twin Cities Book Festival. Books. Several of our authors signed books throughout the day. Learn more about the company, and find descriptions of the books online at SigmasBookshelf.com.
Tax deductible donations to keep the program going are always appreciated and can be made online via Sigma's Bookshelf 's GiveMN page.