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Sigma's Bookshelf enjoyed being part of The Dakota County Library's annual Local Author Fair on Nov. 18. My son's nonprofit publishing company sold several books, and both he and myself had some great conversations with both teens and adults.
The Local Author Fair was an opportunity for authors and book creators to showcase their work, discuss and sell their books, network with one another, and learn more about writing and the publishing business.
Thank you to everyone who so generously contributed to Sigma's Bookshelf's Give to the Max Day campaign on Nov. 16. We achieved our goal of raising $1,000. All of the funds raised will go towards covering the costs involved with bringing books to market free of charge to talented young authors who deserve to see their stories in print.
The nonprofit company was started up by my teenage son, Justin, and now has 5 books written by teenagers from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Manitoba, Canada on the market. Check them out at www.SigmasBookshelf.com/books. If you didn't get a chance to make a donation on Give to the Max Day and still want to support the cause, here is the link to Justin's page on GiveMN. All donations made through the site are tax deductible. Thank you in advance for your support!
A retired Murray State Professor has followed his passion for storytelling by writing a very plausible tale of historic fiction. Kenneth Tucker talked about his new book on WNBS-AM radio in Murray, Ky., on Nov. 16.
For years he has been captivated by his research into one of the most storied figures in police history. Eliot Ness held the position of Public Safety Director for the City of Cleveland between 1935 and 1942, the time period during which 12 of the serial killer’s victims were found in Cleveland. The TV series “The Untouchables” was based on a book by the same name written in collaboration with Ness before his death in 1957.
Tucker’s novel, The Familiar Compound Trickster: Eliot Ness’s Most Dangerous Enemy, is a follow-up to a non-fiction book he wrote titled Eliot Ness and the Untouchables: The Historical Reality and the Film and Television Depictions.
Learn more about the book and author at http://kyken.com.
Have you ever called a news outlet--a newspaper, radio or television newsroom--to pitch a story and been told, "Why don't you send a press release and we'll get back to you if we're interested." News editors and reporters are looking for a quick summary of a story they can share with others in the newsroom so that they can decide whether or not to cover it.