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The Southwest Journal, Minneapolis' community newspaper, has published a story previewing the release of the new anthology, Why We Ink: Stories, Poems and Essays from the Pens of Young Writers.
The launch party for the book, featuring the work of 15 teenage authors, will be held at The Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1011 Washington Ave. S., in Minneapolis on June 29, beginning at 6 p.m.
Jayne Jones, author, Drop the Puck: It’s Hockey Season, participated in one of The Arc Greater Twin Cities’ most popular events of the year – The Arc in the Park Summer Celebration -- on June 22.
Approximately 250 families attended the event, which this year featured an introduction to some new children’s book characters who are sure to inspire the kids. Like many of the kids who attended the picnic, Blaine, the main character in Drop the Puck: It’s Hockey Season, has Down syndrome. He also has a brother, Cullen, who watches out for him. Author Jayne Jones will read from the book and sign copies.
Drop the Puck: It’s Hockey Season is an early reader chapter book that tells the tale of two brothers who have a real love for hockey—and each other. Learn more about the book at www.officialadventures.org.
A story about Tim Munkeby's debut novel, Back to The Island, which through fiction explains how the latest Great Recession occured, is now live on the website, www.Thereporters.org.
Munkey taught high school English, literature and creative writing for 13 years before becoming a financial advisor and founder of Munkeby Financial, Inc. After retiring in 2008, Tim wrote the book If I Had a Million Dollars: How to Achieve Financial Independence Before Your Parents Do, and he’s had numerous articles published in various periodicals.
Back to the Island is his first attempt at fiction. More information is available at www.timmunkeby.com.
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.