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The holidays can be a tough time of year for those dealing with depression and mental illness.
William Andrews, author, Daughters of the Dragon: A Comfort Woman's Story, was interviewed on The Jack Rice on AM 950 in Minneapolis on Dec. 14. The interview lasted an entire hour.
The topic of discussion was the controversy the book, which is about a "comfort woman" from World War II, is generating. Learn more about this title at http://www.williamandrewsbooks.com/
Wise Ink Creative Publishing, a boutique publishing company started up by Minnesota entrepreneurs Dara Beevas and Amy Quale, is featured in the Dec. 12 edition of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal. RMA Publicity secured the story about them in the publication.
Stephen Bigalow, author, Who is Santa? And how did he get to the North Pole? is in the headlines this month.
The book has been mentioned in three newspapers so far. There is a mention about the book in the Dec. 11 issue of the Butler Eagle; the article, Authors share theories of Santa, Pennsylvania Christmas, appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune on Dec. 9; and Mars author pens holiday children's tale about history of Santa Claus appeared in the Cranberry Journal on Dec. 3.
On Dec. 2, Bigalow had an hour-long interview about his book on WMBS Radio in Uniontown, Penn. There are commercials about the book running on radio and TV stations in Pittsburgh as well.
Who is Santa? was inspired by the author's love of the holiday season, and desire to see something new out there. In the book, readers learn how Santa and his wife ended up at the North Pole, why he started giving toys away, how he ended up partnering with the elves to make toys, how the flying reindeer came into the picture and a whole lot more.
Books are available for purchase online at www.whoissanta.net.