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When it comes to publicity, a tried and true method of securing coverage is pursuing stories in all of the places the author has connections. She lives in the Twin Cities now, but Kathleen Novak grew up on Minnesota's Iron Range, and that's where she set her latest book, Rare Birds. So, what better outlet to pursue a story in than The Hibbing Daily Tribune? The paper published the story, "Hibbing Native Writes About Childhood Neighborhood," in its Sept. 10 issue.
The early reviews for this title, which shares the stories of an eclectic group of neighboirs in a small Northern Minnesota town, have been very favorable. The Minneapolis Star Tribune says, "the several rare birds we meet along theway are impressionistic portraits of the community."
Learn more about the book or pick up a copy at www.KathleenNovak.com.
Justin M. Anderson, author of Nothing But Trouble and Saving Stripes: A Kitty's Story had a table at the James J. Hill Days festival in Wayzata, Minn., the weekend of Sept. 9 and 10. He sold books and had some great conversations with people who stopped by to talk about his books and teen publishing company, Sigma's Bookshelf.
For more information abnout Sigma's Bookshelf, go to www.SigmasBookshelf.com.
There is a story about Carolyn Porter's book, Marcel's Letters: A Font and the Search for One Man's Fate, in the Sept. 7 edition of her hometown paper, The Verona Press. Marcel's Letters is the story of a man whose beautifully written letters home to his wife and children during World War II were discovered by the author at a Stillwater, Minn., antique store.
Also in Sept., Porter was interviewed on WCCO-AM on Sept. 4, the last day of the State Fair, and she led a presentation at the hared her RosePoint senior living community in Roseville, Minn., on Sept. 6,
Learn more about her book, which tells the true story of a World War II-era mystery she helped solve at www.carolyn-porter.com.
Congratulations to Mark Ristau, author, A Hero Dreams, which launches with a public event at Common Good Books in St. Paul on Thurs., Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. Foreword Reviews has great things to say about his debut novel, calling it "an inspiring tale of faith and courage."
Here is a link to the full review, and here is a sumary of the plot: Devastated by his father’s sudden death, eight-year-old Ricky begins to see things—a ghostly silhouette in his bedroom window, a gruesome train accident involving four local teenagers, a terrorist attack that won’t occur for another twenty-five years. After a traumatic incident at a New England summer camp, the visions become more frequent, more vivid, and more disturbing. A mysterious voice assures him everything will be okay if he crosses the “threshold.” But just what is the threshold? And what lies beyond?
Learn more about this title on the author's website, www.MarkRistau.com.