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After months of being under quarantine, residents of The Waters of Oak Creek senior living community in Wisconsin are finally able to leave their apartments and socialize with their neighbors again. They are of course doing it safely, following the CDC guidelines to physically distance from each other, and wearing masks. Speaking of masks, on Thursday, July 23 the community held a mask decorating contest and fashion show that got the attention of several news outlets.
Four of the five media outlets in Milwaukee covered the event. Here is the clip from CBS 58.
To learn more about The Waters, where residents thrive, got to TheWaters.com.
The virtual launch party for teen author Sakthika Vijay's debut novel, Outcast, took place via Zoom on July 11.
Outcast is the story of 15-year-old Mohana Prasad, who is as normal as an Indian girl can be, except that she has a way with words. After winning a contest, she becomes the head songwriter for Jamie West. The pop superstar used to be Mohana's best friend; but now that she has become famous, Jamie doesn't have time for Mohana, leaving her feeling like an outcast. That is until Mohana gets the opportunity of a lifetime.
Sathinka's friends had lots of great questions for her during the launch event. Congratulations to Sigma's Bookshelf's 15th published author.
Copies of Sakthika's novel and the company's other teen authored books are available for purchase online at www.sigmasbookshelf.com/books. To make a donation to the program, which exclusively publishes the work if teen authors free of charge to them, go to the company's Give MN page, www.sigmasbookshelf.com/donate. Sigma's Bookshelf is a sponsored project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts services organization.
Looking for a good science fiction novel to read? In her review printed in the June 28 edition of the Pioneer Press, Mary Ann Grossman says of Ronald E. Peterson's Gardeners of the Universe, "You don't need a doctorate to enjoy this look at human potential--or human collapse."
Gardeners of the Universe is the story of three children who are given unusual attributes by an ancient alien species studying humanity. The book was just named a silver medalist in the Midwest Book Awards' sci-fi category. It also won silver in the Independnet Book Publishers Association's Benjamin Franklin Awards. Pick up your copy today at PTBBooks.com.
Congratulations to Judy Stoffel, author, #LookUp: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use. Her book won the Parenting and Family category of the Midwest Book Awards the evening of June 27. Two other authors RMA works with were finalists in their categories of the 30th annual Midwest Book Awards. Ron Peterson, author, Gardeners of the Universe, won silver in the Fiction-Fantasy/SciFi/Horror/Paranormal category. Elaine Koyama, author, Let Me In, is a finalist in the business category.
Due to COVID-19, rather than an in person gala, this year's was a Facebook Live watch party. During the event, a 4th author RMA Publicity works with, Marlin Bree, was honored. He and his late wife, Loris, founded the Midwest Independent Publishing Company, which overseas the Midwest Book Awards program. Bree is a former newsman who turned into a boating author and book publisher. Bree's latest book is Bold Sea Stories, which features 21 awe-inspiring adventures from the wild waters of the world.