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The holiday season is almost upon us and a great gift for a loved one with an interest in agriculture is the book, Making Tracks: C.L. Best and the Caterpillar Tractor Co. by Ed and Sue Claessen of Waverly, Minn. Their book is the biography of the man credited with starting up the Caterpillar Tractor Company. They signed books at the HarMar Mall B&N in Roseville, Minn., on Sun., Oct. 27th.
The Maple Grove Art Center in Maple, Grove, Minn., hosted a book launch party for three Twin Cities authors on Sun., Oct. 27th.
Joannie Quinn Moses launched "Roseville Girl," a memoir about growing up in Roseville, Miinn., Joannie's daughter and granddaughter, Susanna and Monica Moses, seated at the table, launched Monica's Silent World, a children's book that helps youngsters understand what it's like to live with autism, and Genny Zak Kieley launched Bait Store Angel and Other Stories, which is her memoir.
Karen Kelly, author of the new novel, Prospice, signed books at The Bookcase of Wayzata in Wayzata, Minn., on Sat., Oct. 26th.
Prospice is a profoundly stirring story of young people on the brink of adulthood and the stark realities of family life--including harrowing grief and the consequences of long-buried secrets--Prospice is rich with psychological detail and unforgettably delineated characters. In elegant prose and pitch-perfect period detail, Karen Kelly draws us deep inside the lives of her characters, offering poignant humor along with page-turning suspense that will captivate readers to the very last, revealing page.
A publisher's Weekly Review that just came out says, "…Kelly's novel is well paced and features deftly drawn characters and a superb sense of setting that will immerse readers in Salem of the 1950s."
October is The Month of Mystery and the perfect time of year for a writing workshop led by award-winning Twin Cities mystery authors Marilyn Jax and Craig MacIntosh.
They teamed up to share some of the tricks of their trade with eager learners who came to the free workshop at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Apple Valley, Minn., on Sat. Oct. 26th. Most of the participants said they learned about the workshop in a newspaper article that ran in the Apple Valley edition of This Week Newspapers.
Marilyn talked about her books, The Find, Road to Omalos and Sapphire Trails, and shared how her work and travel experiences played into the plots. Craig focused on the intense research he did for both of his books, The Fortunate Orphans and The Last Lightning.
The authors also talked workshop participants through a series of writing exercises designed to get them thinking about how a mystery comes together. Both authors' books are available for purchase at Barnes & Noble Apple Valley, and can also be purchased via their websites, www.marilynjax.com, www.thefortunateorphans.com and www.thelastlightning.com.