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William Andrews, author, Daughters of the Dragon: A Comfort Woman's Story, was interviewed by Jordana Green on WCCO-AM in Minneapolis the evening of June 20. Also in June, Andrews was interviewed on WWWI-AM Brainerd (June 18) and WJON-AM in St. Cloud (June 16).
In each interview he discussed his new novel and the connection it has to World War II. There are several War related anniversaries during the summer months, including the June 21 anniversary of the end of the Battle of Okinawa. Andrews' novel is the story of a Korean "comfort woman," who was forced to be a sex slave for the Japanese army during the War.
More information about the book can be found at http://www.williamandrewsbooks.com.
Award-winning mystery author Marilyn Jax led a Mystery Writer's Workshop at The Bemidji Library Book Festival in Bemidji, Minn., on Mon., June 16th.
Participants learned a few of the tricks of the trade by participating in a series of writing exercises specially designed to get the creative juices flowing. Her next workshop will be offered at the Barnes & Noble in Apple Valley, Minn., on June 28 from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Marilyn's books, "Sapphire Trails," "Road to Omalos" and "The Find" have all won multiple national and international book awards. Her latest mystery, "Never in Ink," is set for release at the end of July 2014.
Learn more at www.marilynjax.com.
The launch party took place on June 17 for a new book intended to encourage young people to strive for greatness.
Achievers: Ordinary People Who Do Extraordinary Things by Rob Severson tells the stories of ordinary people throughout the country who, despite the obstacles they faced in life, have gone on to find success in business and in life. The evening of the launch Severson was interviewed by Jordana Green of WCCO-Radio in Minneapolis. Articles are pending in the Minnesota Sun Sailor and Lakeshore Weekly Newspapers.
Learn more about the book at www.robseverson.com.