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Lee Jacobus, author, Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes, has three book events planned the week of May 5.
He will appear at the Henry Hill Library in Clinton, Conn., on May 5... the New Haven, Conn., Library on May 6 and the Barnes & Noble in Hadley, Mass., on May 10.
Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes is a collection of 14 short stories that look beyond the surface lives of tourists and retirees, natives and transplants, to the joys and mysteries within. Though fictional, each of the stories is based on the people Jacobus met, the places he visited, and the experiences he had both on and off the beaten path. Lee A. Jacobus is Professor Emeritus of English at UCONN.
More information is available at www.TellMePress.com.
The launch event for Genny Heikka's new book, Finding Mommy Bliss: Discovering Unexpected Joy in Everyday Moments, was a huge success!
The B&N in Roseville, Calif., sold out of books less than an hour after her event started on Sat., May 3.
Earlier in the day, Heikka had made an appearance on Good Day Sacramento. During the interview she offered advice to all the moms in the audience on how to make sure parenthood won't overwhelm them. The key, she said, is "to remember how to have fun."
More information about Finding Mommy Bliss is available at http://www.gennyheikka.com.
Former Tinley Park, Ill., resident, Suzanne Ruff, was the guest author at the Tinley Park Library in the Chicago area on April 30.
She discussed the content in her book, The Reluctant Donor. Because April is Donate Life Month, the State of Illinois also participated in the event, providing information and registration materials for people interested in organ donation.
More information is available at www.thereluctantdonor.com.
An article about Tell Me Press' new short story collection, Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes by Lee A. Jacobus, ran in The Day Connecticut on April 26.
Amy Barry's article does a very good job of summarizing the content of the book and the author's inspiration. Thank you Amy!
Visit www.TellMePress.com for more information.