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Polly Norman's new book, "Dances Through Glass," made its bookstore debut at The Bookcase of Wayzata on Sat., Oct. 19th.
Norman discussed her technique in making the art that appears in the book. She also discussed how her psychological struggles and passion for dance have affected her art making.
Award-winning mystery writers Marilyn Jax and Craig MacIntosh will be leading a mystery writer's workshop at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Apple Valley, Minn., on Oct. 26th from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. A preview article about the event just ran in Sun This Week.
The event is in honor of Halloween, and appropriate for writers of all levels. It is free and open to the public.
JJ DiGeronimo, author, "The Working Woman's GPS," was interviewed on the Michael Dresser Show on Oct. 9th. She talked about the expectations on women in the workplace, and how they can make sure they are getting the most out of their work experiences.
DiGeronimo is a motivational speaker, author and business woman. She provides Proven & Practical Leadership Strategies for High Impact Women to effectively prioritize, align and achieve their individualized goals.
According to information on his website, "Michael’s Dresser's show has evolved over the years into an entertaining and thought-provoking something for everyone, featuring daily guests from all over the country and covering such topics as health and fitness, diet and nutrition, parenting, education, social networking, travel, business and finances as well as political and historical perspectives."
A story about Ed and Sue Claessen's award-winning biography, "Making Tracks: C.L. Best and the Caterpillar Tractor Co.," ran in the Peoria Star Journal newspaper on Sunday, Oct. 6.
"Making Tracks" is the story behind the role Best had in the formation of one of the biggest companies today in the construction industy. In his article, Book details contributions of C.L. Best to Caterpillar's origin, reporter Steve Tarter said, "Clarence Leo Best was a quiet, unassuming man who may have had more to do with making Caterpillar Inc. the success it is today than anybody else."
Copies of Making Tracks can be purchased at www.makingtracksbook.com.