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April is National Alcohol Awareness Month and Amber Leone Murphy, author, Can't Keep A Sober Girl Down and Can't Keep a Codependent Girl Down, shared her story of recovery with radio listeners in Baltimore (WBAL-AM), Atlanta (WLAQ-AM) and Mitchell, SD (KORN-FM).
Murphy discussed the huge role her faith has played in her recovery, and all the things she is now doing to help others in need of help escaping the grip of addiction.
Learn more about Murphy's work at http://www.cantkeepasobergirldown.com.
Wood artist Patrick Plautz appeared on the Noon show for WEAU-TV in Eau Claire, Wisc., on April 21 to promote the Clark County "Spring into the Arts" Studio Tour, which took place on April 26 & 27. Here is a link to the segment: http://www.weau.com/community/calendar. On April 16, an article about Plautz's work, written by RMA Publicity, appeared in the Tribune Record Gleaner.
Plautz studio, located at 9647 Gorman Avenue in Willard, Wisc., was among the stops on the tour.
If you enjoy a good spy mystery, an author who is a master at the genre is Gabriel Valjan. His latest novel was just released by Winter Goose Publishing.
Threading the Needle is book three in the continuing mystery series featuring Alabaster Black, aka Bianca Nerini. In this story, the rogue forensic accountant has been handed classified documents that have the potential to destroy careers and expose government secrets. Can she help neutralize the threat before it's too late?
Valjan signed books at the B&N in Manchester, N.H. on April 19. More information about the book can be found at http://wintergoosepublishing.com/threading-the-needle-now-available/
Lee Jacobus, author, Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes, participated in a special event titled, "Spring Evening with Local Authors" at the Barnes & Noble store in Waterbury, Conn., the evening of April 16.
Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes is a collection of 14 short stories that look beyond the surface lives of tourists and retirees, natives and transplants, to the joys and mysteries within. Though fictional, each of the stories is based on the people Jacobus met, the places he visited, and the experiences he had both on and off the beaten path. Lee A. Jacobus is Professor Emeritus of English at UCONN.
More information is available at www.TellMePress.com.