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In this day and age, one of the most talked about health problems is addiction. Someone who knows all too well the problems it can cause is author, artist, and recovery activist Amber Leone Murphy of Blaine, Minn. She struggled with alcoholism for more than ten years in active addiction She has now remained sober for over a decade and empowers women (and men) all over the world through her use of art and sharing her own life lessons.
Murphy appeared on KARE TV, the NBC affiliate in Minneapolis, on Wed., Feb. 7. During the segment, she offered some unique insight into the struggles people dealing with addiction face, and how she got sober. She also talked about her book, Can’t Keep a Sober Girl Down, and her upcoming signing event at the Barnes and Noble at the HarMar Mall in Roseville on Sat., Feb. 10 from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Learn more about Amber Leone Murphy at www.cantkeepasobergirldown.com.
Congratulations to Carolyn Porter, author, Marcel's Letters: A Font and the Search for One Man's Fate. Her book was just named a finalist for a Minnesota Book Award in the category of Memoir & Creative Nonfiction. Marcel's Letters is the true story of the author's painstaking effort to learn the fate of the man whose handwriting she based the award-winning P22 Marcel font on. |
Winners for the 30th anniversary season of the Minnesota Book Awards, sponsored by the Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library, will be announced April 21, 2018. Good luck Carolyn!
The holiday season generated a lot of interest in Lakeville, Minn., resident Larry Schneiderman's new novel, Nobody Knows What We Sweep Under the Carpet. Schneiderman promoted the book on KARE TV's 4 p.m. newscast on Dec. 22. There were also stories about him in Dec. in the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal and the MN Sun Current newspaper, and he did a reading at the Lakeville Library on Dec. 14.
Nobody Knows is the story of Jake Horton, a retired businessman reflecting back on his life after being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, which has robbed him of his vitality and independence. In the novel, Jake is looking back at the mistakes he made, and how his family would have reacted had they known what he did.
Learn more about the novel, or pick up a copy today at www.LarrySchneiderman.com.