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Thank you to everyone who stopped by the RMA Publicity/Sigma's Bookshelf table at the Rosemount Writre's Festival on March 18, and also to those who attended my presentation, "How and When to Put a Book Marketing Plan in Place."
Here is a photo of me and my son, Justin, at the event. Learn more about Justin's company, which exclusively publishes the work of teen authors at www.SigmasBookshelf.com.
Sigma’s Bookshelf is a sponsored project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts service organization. Contributions on behalf of Sigma’s Bookshelf may be made payable to Springboard for the Arts and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Donations can also be made online via Justin's page at GiveMN. Here is a direct link: www.GiveMN.org.
The Spring 2017 edition of the University of Minnesota alumni magazine just came out and it features a story about Martha Wegner's book, Dear David: Dealing with My Son's Addiction One Letter at a Time. In the article, "A Happy Ending, At Least for Today," reporter Meleah Maynard shares the story of how Wegner coped after her son went missing from a drug rehabilitation program. The story also conveys Wegner's advice to other parents dealing with a child's addiction.
More information about the book can be found on the author's website, www.MarthaWegner.com.
Caryn Sullivan, author, Bitter or Better, Grappling with Life on the Op-Ed Page made her national television debut in March.
She appeared on Daytime, which is taped in Tampa, Fla., on Mar. 8. Then on Mar. 9, she appeared on WTSP-TV's Great Day Tampa Bay. WTSP is the CBS affiliate in Tampa, Fla.
Sullivan is in Tampa for "Camp Widow," a 3-day event where men and women who have lost a spouse or partner and are working to rebuild their lives will find the resources they need to move on with their lives. She will be among the speakers at the event. Caryn Sullivan became a member of “the freakin' widows club” in Dec. 2009 after her husband, Ted, suffered a heart attack while driving home from a health club. He died a short time later at the hospital.
During her presentation on Sat., March 11 titled, “Three Steps to Better,” Sullivan will share her personal story as well as the lessons she has learned.
In addition to being an inspirational speaker and book author, Sullivan has a blog, Gifts Gratitude & Gumption, is a columnist for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, and is a weekly contributor to WCCO Radio. More information about Caryn can be found at www.choosingbetter.org. Her book is available for purchase on her website, as well as through Amazon.com.
Bloomington City Councilman Jon Oleson feels the only way things are going to get done and move in a positive direction in this country is if people start talking to each other and working together, rather than bickering and taking sides in a partisan debate. He is hoping to encourage dialogue through his recently published book, What Legacy Are We Giving Our Kids?
Oleson talked about his book on KARE TV in Minneapolis on March 7. On Mar. 12, he signed books at the Barnes and Noble in the HarMar Mall in Roseville, Minn. Also in March, Oleson did a reading and signing at Breakaway Cafe and Arts in Hastings, Minn.
Learn more about his project at www.LegacytoKids.com.