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The official launch party for The Haunting of Potter's Field by Judge Margaret Johnson took place the evening of Oct. 8 at the Winona History Center.
The Haunting of Potter's Field tells the stories of a handful of brave, heroic people who were buried in Woodlawn Cemetery’s potter’s field in Winona, Minnesota. The stories are diverse and wide-ranging, including one about a family that finds hope and solace after losing everything that matters during the depression, and another about Chinese laundrymen who struggle with how to honor their deceased friend's life thousands of miles from his home and family.
Learn more about the book and event at Ravenspointpress.com.
October is Mental Health Month, a time set aside each year to encourage people to have conversations about something that is rarely discussed. Two Minnesota residents who know a lot about the topic shared their personal stories and talked about their books at the Magers and Quinn bookstore in Minneapolis on October 6, 2021. A preview interview about the event aired on KSTP TV on Oct. 4.
Mindy Greiling served in the Minnesota House of Representatives for 20 years, including 14 after her son was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder in 1999. She is the author of “Fix What You Can,” a frank accounting of her own personal story.
She was joined at the event by Minneapolis resident Bruce Ario, who has authored several novels featuring characters who, like himself, live with a mental illness. Ario was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder in the 1970s. He says he writes with the goal of calling attention to the fact that people with mental illness are people too, and deserve respect and love.
If you enjoy thrillers with lots of action, a new author to check out is California writer Brian Herskowitz. His debut novel, "Conceptus," launches on Oct. 5.
It is the story of Laura Drummond. She is a police detective who finds herself investigating a series of murders involving a serial killer. It isn’t long before she discovers the killer has a very close connection to her. Check out RMA Publicity's article about the book here.
Brian Herskowitz is the current lead faculty member in screenwriting for the prestigious Boston University in Los Angeles Writer in Hollywood program. Before becoming an educator, he was a child actor. He is also a fifth degree black belt in judo and a first degree black belt in Brazilian jujitsu as well as karate. Not to mention the defending U.S. Masters Champion and three-time World Masters Judo Championships medalist and a BJJ Pan American and World Masters Champion.
Brian's website is BrianHerskowitz.com.
Linda Morrison of Eagan, Minnesota lost her son, Mike, to suicide in 2012. The popular St. Paul Central High School graduate battled a substance abuse addiction to heroin.
At one point while going through treatment, Mike asked his mother to share his story if anything ever happened to him. She is now doing it in person, and through her recently released book, Dear Heroin, A Memoir of Goodbyes, in hopes of saving other families from going through the same heartache her family has endured.
Linda appeared at Winding Trail Books in St. Paul on October 2. Her next appearance is at the Twin Cities Book Festival in St. Paul on Oct. 16. In September, she signed books at the Barnes and Noble in Eagan, Minnesota.
Learn more about the book, or pick up your copy today at Dearheroinbook.com.