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Mark and Lucy Rose Fischer shared their secret for making their older years the best time of their lives with those who came out to hear their talk at the Adath Jeshurun Congregation in Hopkins, Minn., on Nov. 19. The key, they say, is to thing BIG.... have Bold Imaginative Goals!
Mark has helped hundreds of people successfully transition to retirement through his financial planning and workshops. Lucy Rose is an award-winning gerontologist, artist and author.
Learn more in this story published by TCJewFolk.com.
November is Novel Writing Month, the perfect time for University of Minnesota writing instructor and award-winning author Maureen Aitken to lead a novel writing workshop at the Galleria Barnes and Noble in Edina, Minn. “How to Draw Inspiration from Personal Experiences to Develop Characters” happened on Nov. 16.
Aitken shared a series of short stories from accomplished authors who are very skilled at developing characters, and led attendees in a series of writing exercises designed to help them bring their own characters and scenes to life.
Aitken's book, The Patron Saint of Lost Girls, won the Nilsen Literary Prize for a first novel. Learn more about her work at MaureenAitken.com.
Michael Dardis, author, The Dark Side of the Sun, and his editor, Angela Wiechmann of A.M.W. Editing, were interviewed by Laurie Fitz, Host of Connections Radio on AM 950 in the Twin Cities on Nov. 16. They talked about the plot for Dardis' book, how important the editing process is, and the benefit of working with a professional editor.
Learn more about Michael Dardis' work at MichaelDardis.com.
I have a lot of authors ask me how they can get their books reviewed in the New York Times. For a small press or self published authors it is next to impossible. However, there is a back door into one of the most widely read papers in the country.
Ever thought of writing something for the editorial page that makes reference to the content in your book? Sheila O'Connor, author, Evidence of V: A Novel in Fragments, Facts and Fictions did. Here is a link to her piece published in the New York Times' Opinion section on Nov. 14.