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I'm looking forward to presenting at the Mound-Westonka Rotary Club's lunch meeting on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, beginning around 11:45 a.m. The title of my presentation is "The Value of Storytelling to Promote Your Business."
If you're in the Twin Cities, hope to see you there!
New York Times Bestselling author Mark Cheverton, best known for his highly popular Minecraft-themed novels, has a new book out. Facing the Beast Within: The Anxiety of Cameron Poole (The Order of the Stones Book 1 is the story of a 6th grader with a big problem. Cameron is a bully magnet.
When monsters from a parallel world threaten to come through a portal near his summer camp and invade Planet Earth, however, Cameron becomes the unlikely hero who saves the world. While writing the novel, Cheverton worked with psychologists, social workers and licensed mental health counselors who work at The Psychology Wellness Practice in Albany, New York to learn about the many symptoms of anxiety.
Cheverton was interviewed by a reporter from WNYT-TV in Albany on Dec. 30 for a story that will air in the near future promoting his upcoming school event. Learn more about Mark's work on his author website: Markcheverton.com
For the past several years, there has been a very active writing group at The Waters on 50th senior living community in Minneapolis. To date, residents have collaborated on four published books, each featuring stories written by residents.
The Saturday after Thanksgiving, Star Tribune reporter Katy Read's story about the group's endeavors was published in the Variety section of the paper.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents thrive, at TheWaters.com
Retired Minnesota political science professor J.J. Harrigan is spending his retirement writing about the very topics he studied when he is working, and the first in a series of novels about hot button issues is now available. Harrigan will be promoting Goodbye Cuba, the first book in what is being hailed as "The Goodbye Series" in November and December.
Goodbye Cuba is the story of Charlie Parnell, a U.S. Army Lieutenant whom CIA rogues blackmail into a plot to assassinate Fidel Castro. They infiltrate him into Cuba under the cover of pretending to be a reporter for the Irish Times. Castro’s security chief mistrusts any Western reporter and assigns the tantalizing Isabel Fernandez to be his watcher.
However, when they fall for each other, and Isabel discovers who he really is, she convinces Charlie to take her and her 4-year-old daughter with him when the CIA exfiltrates him from Cuba. When Castro’s security chief discovers their plan, however, he sets up a dragnet to find them.
On Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, Harrigan will have a table at The Old Fashioned Christmas Market at the Bird Island Cultural Centre, located at 640 Dogwood Avenue, Bird Island, MN 55310.
And he will be interviewed on "National Security This Week" with Commander Jon Olson, U.S. Navy (Ret.), on December 6, beginning at 9 a.m. The show airs on Northfield, Minnesota's KYMN-AM.
In November, he participated in the GSR Fine Art Festival at the Mankato Civic Center in Mankato, Minnesota.
More information about JJ Harrigan, and his books can be found on the publisher’s website, Bronzewoodbooks.com/portfolio/jjharrigan, as well as on the author’s website: www.harriganbooks.com