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Congratulations to Marley Kaul, author, Letters to Isabella: Paintings by Marley Kaul.
On Dec. 8, his book was featured on the front page of the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Variety section in the article, The book of love: A Bemidji painter's letters to his granddaughter. Two days later, more than 75 people attended his book launch event and public art exhibit at Open Book in Minneapolis.
As they came through the line to get their books signed, many of the attendees told Kaul they had learned about the book and event in the Star Tribune.
Letters to Isabella: Paintings by Marley Kaul is a retrospective featuring the stories behind more than 70 of Kaul's egg tempera paintings.
Books are available for purchase online at www.marleykaul.com. They can also be ordered at bookstores everywhere.
A large crowd gathered at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in St. Paul on Dec. 10 for the launch of Dear David: Dealing with My Son’s Addiction One Letter at a Time. More than 70 people attended the launch party for Martha Wegner's new memoir.
Dear David is a memoir in which Wegner offers a firsthand account of how her son’s addiction to drugs affected his family. The majority of the content for the book comes from the letters Wegner wrote to David after he walked away from a treatment program in 2014 and disappeared.
Early next year, the author and her son are planning to speak at various drug and alcohol treatment facilities throughout Minnesota, sharing their story.
David credits the Union Gospel Mission with helping save his life, and in appreciation for all the organization has done for her family, the author is planning to donate a portion of the proceeds from book sales to the nonprofit. In addition, $185 in donations were offered for the charity at the event.
Learn more about the book or purchase a copy at www.marthawegner.com.
Know any divorced women? If so, a copy of the new book, Confused Woman: Tales & Advice on Love, Dating and Relationships by Minnesota author Melanie Reitz would make a great gift this holiday season. The book includes a collection of stories and tips on everything from online dating and how to separate the good guys from those just looking for sex, to dealing with an ex and introducing the new man in your life to your kids. Readers call it a much needed resource sure to make a difference for a lot of people. As an added bonus, the stories included within will really make you laugh.
Learn more about the book in this article published by the MN Sun Sailor.
Pick up your copy onlione at www.confusedwoman.com.
Teen author Justin M. Anderson spent part of the day on Dec. 5 at The Adopt-A-Pet Shop in Plymouth, Minn., helping decorate for the holidays.
His job was to stuff hand-made kitty stockings with a copy of his book, Saving Stripes A Kitty's Story, and a cat toy or two, then hang the stockings above the fireplace mantle. The stockings will be sold this month to raise money for cat care.
While at The Adopt-A-Pet Shop, Justin met a man and one of his daughters who had come to visit the two kittens they are planning to adopt in the next day or two. He shared Stripes' story, and learned the man was planning to adopt both an orange tabby and gray cat for his girls. Of course after realizing the coincidence -- Justin's cats, Stripes and Caroline, are orange and gray -- the man bought a copy of the book. As of Dec. 5, 151 copies of the book have been sold with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting S.O.S. Rescue, Inc., which operates The Adopt-A-Pet Shop.