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Fall is a wonderful time to launch a new book, and if you're a fan of historic fiction, here is a title worth checking out. History Through Fiction releaed The Education of Delhomme: Chopin, Sand, & La France by Nancy Burkhalter on Nov. 17.
The Education of Delhomme: Chopin, Sand, & La France is the story of Beaulieu Delhomme, a fictional piano tuner for the famed pianist and composer Frédéric Chopin. Set among the chaos and intrigue of the 1848 French Revolution, The Education of Delhomme combines elements of a compelling, well-developed fictional novel along with accurate historical details including numerous historical figures such as the notable French novelist George Sand and the world’s first detective and spymaster Eugene-François Vidocq.
The novel has received numerous positive reviews including one from Diane Donovan of Midwest Book Review who writes, “Perhaps The Education of Delhomme's greatest strength lies in exploring the dichotomies between belief, purpose, and evolving political interactions that challenge and change everything.” Donovan calls the novel “exquisitely detailed, complex, and involving,” and concludes that, “The Education of Delhomme is highly recommended for historical novel readers who like their characters well-drawn and their story lines well grounded in historical facts.”
Burkhalter was the first author signed by History Through Fiction, a new independent press based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The press publishes high quality fiction that is rooted in accurate and detailed historical research.
Learn more at www.historythroughfiction.com.
Another newspaper placement by RMA Publicity to share. New York author Carol Basdeo and her award-winning books are featured in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald, a community newspaper the covers stories from Long Island, New York.
The K.C. and Kaya's Science Corner series of books, which teach science concepts to 1st and 2nd graders, recently won recognition in both the Manhattan Book Awards and Moonbeam Book Awards. Congratulations to author Carol Basdeo!
Learn more about her work at CarolBasdeo.com.
When the latest James Bond film was called off due to the pandemic, it came as a shock to movie lovers everywhere. And unfortunately it was just the first in a long string of movies that would either be cancelled or delayed in 2020 due to the pandemic. The ripple will be felt throughout 2021 and beyond.
So what’s a movie lover to do this holiday season? Self-proclaimed movie aficionado and La Plata, Maryland resident Anthony Puzzilla is hoping those longing for big screen entertainment will instead want to focus on one of his passions.... revisiting some of the greatest movie moments of all time. A story about Anthony's latest book, The 100 Greatest Scenes in Motion Picture History, appears on the front page of the Nov. 13 issue of Southern Maryland News. Learn more about Puzzilla's work at Anthonypuzzilla.com.
More media coverage for The Waters Senior Living . The Star Tribune, KSTP (ABC) and CCX Media all covered the special Veterans Day breakfast at The Waters of Plymouth, courtesy of the City of Plymouth, on Nov. 10.
In past years, the City has honored its Veterans by inviting them to attend a free breakfast at the community center. However, this year due to an abundance of caution because of the pandemic, City workers have decided to bring breakfast to as many Veterans who live in the City as possible.
Each of the 18 veterans who live at The Waters of Plymouth are being treated to breakfast sandwiches, fruit, yogurt, and special gifts and notes from the community thanking them for their service. Among those being honored are:
Ray Lundquist, 92, who was a Marine stationed in Camp Pendelton for 3 years.
Vernon Berkness, 88, who served the Army during the Korean War 1953/54.
Robert Weinzierl, 90, who served in the Navy in Puerto Rico and Cuba for 4 years during the Korean War.
Mike Flugstad, Environmental Services Manager at The Waters, who served in the Army for three years in the 1970s.