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October is the Month of Mystery and the perfect time for award-winning mystery author Marilyn Jax to launch her latest novel: Never in Ink, a tale of disguises, deception and danger. The official launch party took place the evening of Oct. 14 in the Twin Cities.
Then on Oct. 25, Jax teamed up with Minneapolis homicide detective Robert Dale to lead a Mystery Writers Workshop at the Barnes & Noble in Apple Valley, Minn. A story about the event appeared in Apple Valley's This Week Newspapers.
Also in October, Jax will appear at the Eat My Words Bookstore in Minneapolis the evening of Wed., Oct. 29 from 7 p.m. - 8 p.m. Copies of all four of her novels will be available for purchase. Jax's books include Never in Ink, Sapphire Trails, Road to Omalos and The Find.
Learn more about Marilyn Jax's novels at www.marilynjax.com.
Wynn Johnson, author, An Angel is Born: A Family's Story, will be the featured presenter at the Armchair Adventure Series at the Rockford Road Library on Nov, 3, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The library is located at 6401 42nd Ave. N in Crystal, Minn.
An Angel is Born: A Family's Story is the story of Angela Rose Skiles, a special needs child doctors didn't think would make it through the night after she was born. Thanks to her dedicated parents, Lily and Bill, she lived to be 39-and-a-half-years-old.
The book is also a story of nostalgia, describing what life was like in the coal mining town of Weeksbury, Kentucky, during the 1960s.
The article, Author to share his story of nostalgia at three events in West Metro was published in the MN Sun Post on Oct. 16. The story served as a preview of Johnson's community events in October and November.
More information about the book can be found at www.anangelisborn.com.
When Ebola showed up in America, Dr. Tom Combs, author of the medical thriller Nerve Damage, felt compelled to talk about the effort to stop its spread. He spent 20 plus years working as an emergency room physician and personally dealt with the protocols involving AIDS and SARS.
In light of the recent news about another case of an infected individual bringing the disease to Amerca, Dr. Combs is renewing the call for an immediate quarantine and travel ban to and from West Africa. On Oct. 24 Dr. Combs was on PowerTalk 1210 with Forrest Carr in Tucson, Ariz., again to discuss his views. The interview lasted more than 15 minutes. He made a second appearance on the nationally syndicated show Wall Street Journal This Morning as well on the 24th.
Earlier in the month Dr. Combs was interviewed on Wall Street Journal This Morning (Oct. 13), WSYR-Radio in Syracuse (Oct. 13), WCCO Radio in Minneapolis with personalities Esme Murphy (Oct. 10) and Roshini Radjukmar (Oct. 12) and on Power Talk 1210 in Tucson, Ariz (Oct. 14). He has interviews pending on WDUN-AM in Atlanta and WIBC-Radio in Indianapolis, and a story has been published in the MN Sun newspaper.
During his interviews, Dr. Combs has discussed how hospitals across the country are likely preparing for the possible arrival of Ebola in their emergency rooms. He is also shedding light on what it's like to work in an E.R., and the challenges faced there.
Regarding the American healthcare workers infected with the disease in Dallas he said, "The nurses would not have been infected if an appropriate quarantine/flight restriction had been in place. I can not understand why an aggressive, medically sound quarantine has not been enacted. Containment is the mandatory first step to prevent spread of thee infection. No potentially infected individual should fly out of W. Africa to anywhere. What has happened is tragic."
Dr. Combs' novel, Nerve Damage, is a suspense/thriller involving an emergency physician on the front lines. Learn more about Dr. Combs' novel at www.tom-combs.com.
The book launch tour for Mesabi Pioneers has now wrapped up and is being considered a huge success. During his two weeks in Minnesota, author Jeffrey Smith met hundreds of people, and signed a lot of books.
Mesabi Pioneers is the story of the people who built the infrastructure of Minnesota's Iron Range back in the 1800s after iron was discovered there. The book was originally started in the 1960s by publisher Cheryl Gordon's father, Russell Hill, who grew up on the Range. A Kickstarter campaign raised the money needed to finish the book and get it published after Hill died. Jeffrey Smith is the author hired to complete the project.
During the tour, Smith visited 11 cities in Northen, Central and Southern Minnesota, and appeared on three television stations: KSTP Channel 5 Morning News in Minneapolis (Oct. 11), KBJR-TV and WDIO-TV in Duluth (Oct. 6). He was also interviewed on KAXE-Radio in Brainerd (Oct. 14), as well as WCCO Radio in Minneapolis (Oct. 7). Newspaper articles about the book appeared in The Pioneer Press, Duluth News Tribune, Mesabi Daily News, Virginia Minnesota's Hometown Focus, Hibbing Daily Tribune, Rochester Post Bulletin, and Park Rapids Enterprise.
Learn more about the book, or order a copy of your own at www.mesabiproject.com.