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Clancy Clark, author, Love Your Work, Live Your Dream, led the Denver Press Club's meeting on April 12. He shared the story of how he found his moment of revelation that led to becoming an author, speaker and coach. Learn more about Clancy's work at Clancyclark.cc.
Michael Dardis, Vice President of Bloomington Remembers Veterans Inc., and the organization's secretary, Fran Stachour, were interviewed for a story that aired on Bloomington Today on April 6, 2022. They discussed the effort underway to bring a veterans memorial to the City of Bloomington, Minnesota, and the need for support for the community.
Both Dardis and Stachour are among the city's many veterans, and feel strongly about the need for a place in the city to honor those who have served. It is hoped that ground can be broken on the memorial by Spring 2023.
Learn more about the project and how you can help make it happen on the organization's website, which is www.bloomingtonveteransmemorial.org.
April is National Financial Literacy Month, and according to a recent Fidelity study, 70% of women say their finances have kept them up at night, with long-term finances topping the list of concerns. Wealth Consultant Jayne Ellegard of Minneapolis shared some money management tips on both the 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. newscasts on KSTP television (ABC) in Minneapolis on April 5th. Jayne is the author of Financial Empowerment for Women: Your Guide to Courage, Confidence & Wisdom! Her website is Ellegantwealth.com.
When St. Paul author Elliott Foster sat down to write his latest novel, Reckoning Waves, he had no idea how timely his story would be. The protagonist's carefully-crafted life situation is sudenly spinning wildly out of control. That’s exactly what’s happening to a lot of people right now. Between the War in Ukraine, and the aftermath of COVID, it seems everyone is on edge.
Foster officially launched his latest book with a reading at North America’s largest LGBTQ book festival of the year. The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival took place in New Orleans, Louisiana the weekend of March 25 – 27, 2022.
His first local event in his hometown took place on April 3rd at Lake Monster Brewing in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Reckoning Waves is the sequel to Panic River. The story begins with protagonist Corey Flanagan reflecting upon how lucky he is to be living in sunny California and not a jail cell. Corey has been on the run and under the radar ever since that fateful day when he fired his father’s gun—a gun he wishes he had never held in his hands.
Since fleeing the Upper Midwest four years earlier, Corey has changed virtually everything in his life—where he lives, how he creates art, his routines for work and play, and even his last name. The only true constants are his best friend Billy, his mother Ginny, and frequent, troubling dreams about the shootings he ran from and for which Corey was never held to account.
Now living in California, Corey passionately paints landscapes in the style of Edward Hopper, while seeing his life and his surroundings more clearly and generating award-winning art. Another life change surprises Corey as well—an unexpected romance with a younger man, Miguel. Just as his new life takes shape, however, the past unexpectedly ensnares him.
More information can be found online at Calumeteditions.com/authors/elliott-foster.