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It's going to be a busy week for Hudda Ibrahim, author, What Color is My Hijab? and Lula Wants to Wear A Badge. RMA Publicity has set up two events for her this week, and also secured a newspaper article about her work.
The St. Cloud author, who also does consulting work in the areas of diversity and inclusion, will be reading her stories, and also talking about careers with children who attend her event at the Willmar Public Library on Thursday, February 23, and at Gateway Stem Academy in Burnsville, Minnesota on Friday, February 24.
There is a preview story about her Willmar event in the West Central Tribune this week. That's the community newspaper for Willmar.
Learn more about Hudda's work on her website, HuddaIbrahim.com.
There are still a few months to go until the release of The Moments Between Dreams by Minnesota author Judith Brenner, but word is starting to get out about the book, which is set for release on May 3, 2022. The Duluth News Tribune highlighted the book recently in its Readings and Writers column.
The novel takes place in the 1940s-50s. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin is the setting near the climax and end of the novel, and the characters deal with a lot of the same issues people are facing due to the worldwide pandemic today. The protagonist’s daughter is hospitalized in isolation with polio and her husband is about to head off to war, but before he leaves, his temper flares with an impulsive and dangerous need for control. Challenges escalate from there until the hopeful ending.
Learn more about the book and author at JudithBrenner.com.
Barbara and Jim Wojcik, authors of the World War II survival story, Bud's Jacket, were interviewed on KFAI-AM's "WriteOn Radio," which airs in Minneapolis, the evening of February 22. Bud's Jacket is the story of Bud's six-month fight for survival after being shot down over Nazi-occupied France during World War II. Bud was Barbara's uncle, and she uncovered his story with the help of memorabilia he left behind.
In January, the Wojciks led the Lunch & Learn event for the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center. Learn more about the book, or pick up your copy today at Budsjacket.com.
We’ve been hearing a lot lately about “The Great Resignation,” but not so much about what the future holds. There is a changing of the guard underway, which means companies are going to have a significant need for mentors to get the next generation of leaders up to speed fast.
Lori Crever of Minneapolis, who established one of the most successful mentoring programs in Corporate America, was interviewed on WDPN-AM in Cleveland, Ohio, on Feb. 16. She discussed the benefits mentoring programs offer to organizations and businesses.
Lori is the author of Protégé Power: A Roadmap for Mentorship, available in hard cover, audio, and eReader. She worked for two decades inside a Fortune 500 company where she managed communications and employee engagement programs for its international division. She also oversaw a formal mentor program that helped hundreds of people to expand their careers, and she constructed a workshop delivering mentoring know-how that reached hundreds of others in major U.S. cities, such as San Francisco, New York, Minneapolis, and St. Louis.
Learn more about Lori Crever's work at Protegepower.com.