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The Monitor, a community newspaper that covers the Como neighborhood in St. Paul, has published the article RMA Publicity wrote about Mark Wolf's debut novel, Ambrose: A Modern Rendition.
It is a story about the ancient Saint Ambrose that is set in the future. Learn more about the book at www.saintsonbicycles.com.
Dan Maurer, author, Sobriety: A Graphic Novel and Faraway: A Suburban Boy's Story as a Victim of Sex Trafficking, was invited to speak at the March TRIAD meeting in Cannon Falls, Minn. TRIAD is a citizens and law enforcement partnership to create a safe and positive community. An article about the event can be viewed here.
Earlier this month, on March 4, a Letter to the Editor Maurer wrote in response to an article about sex trafficking in the Zumbroto-Times Record was published in the paper. The Zumbroto Times-Record covers news in Southern Minnesota.
Learn more about his books at www.danthestoryman.com.
R.J. Petrella, author of the medical thriller, Days of the Giants, made his first public book event on March 10. It was a mystery roundtable at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Framingham, Mass.
Petrella is an emergency room physician who based his novel on experiences he had while working as an intern at Boston City Hospital. Learn more about the book on the publisher's website, www.wideyard.com.
Earlier in the month, Petrella was interviewed by a reporter from his hometown paper, Metro West, in the Boston area. The article will be published soon.
As part of the AVID program at Linwood Monroe Arts Plus Middle School in St. Paul this year, students have been reading Rob Severson's book, Achievers: Ordinary People Who Do Extraordinary Things.
The book shares the stories of more than a dozen people who have overcome great odds, ranging from poverty and illness to bad economic times, to go on and do great things.
Several of the people profiled in the book met with 7th graders at the school on March 11. The kids had great questions about how the speakers got where they are today. Learn more about the book at www.robseverson.com.