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It is inevitable that just about everyone will become a caregiver at some time or another for a friend or loved one. When Washington State resident Allan Ament's wife suffered a stroke, he found himself thrust into a situation he wasn't ready for, but thanks to a good attitude and help from friends he persevered.
Now he is is sharing what he learned through the new book, Learning to Float: Memoir of a Caregiving Husband, called "A moving, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes funny, always unabashedly honest account of the resilience of two people suddenly faced with what Ament calls ‘a new normal’ by one reviewer.
RMA Publicity's promotional feature article about the book can be viewed here.
The book launch party for Minnesota author Katie Pierson's new young adult novel, '89 Walls, took place on June 14 at Common Good Books in St. Paul and the place was packed. About 100 people attended
After a brief introduction by Katie, teens played the parts of the main characters at the reading. Most of the action in '89 Walls happens in a high school political science classroom, where the topics of discussion include major issues of the 1980s.... including The Cold War and abortion.
'89 Walls has been selected for a Foreword Review, which will appear in the magazine's Fall issue, which comes out in September. Learn more about the book at www.katiepierson.net.
Elliott Foster, author, Whispering Pines: Tales From a Northwoods Cabin, had a reading and signing at Chapter 2 Books in Hudson, Wisc., on June 11.
A preview stpry about the event appeared in the Stillwater Gazette newspaper.
Learn more about the book at www.elliottfoster.com.
We recently learned that the U.S. Government's Office of Personnel Management (OPM) was hacked by the Chinese, and the personal information of 4 million U.S. Government employees was compromised. The OPM holds personal information for everyone who works in the U.S. Government, including contractors. The break-in is a huge embarrassment for the U.S. Government, which probably explains why nobody wants to discuss the details.
However, Greg Scott, an IT professional and author of "Bullseye Breach: Anatomy of an Electronic Break-in" says that's exactly what the government should do. He was interviewed on KSTC-TV in Minneapolis at 9 p.m. and sister station KTSP-TV, also in Minneapolis, at 10 p.m. on June 6. He explained what the government and corporations throughout the world can and should do to protect themselves from hackers. Learn more about Greg Scott's book at www.bullseyebreach.com.