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After a 2-year hiatus due to COVID, Comic-Con is coming back to the San Diego Convention Center from November 26 to 28, and local author Thomas Mariani is launching his debut sci-fi novel there.
Space Faction is the story of a society in a galaxy far from Earth where war has been raging for years. Tired of the senseless killing, a small group of people bands together to try and end it once and for all. When they are unsuccessful, they decide enough is enough and figure out a way to escape the galaxy and start over.
A story about the book has just been published by the San Diego Community Newspaper Group, and in the Reader's Favorites review recently published, reviewer Nicholus Schroeder said, "Space Faction had everything I hoped it would. It had great tech and amazing dog fights between spaceships... The plot was interesting and I was satisfied with its outcome. The oacing was just right, with a great number of tense moments along with tender and light-hearted ones."
Learn more about the novel in this release on the San Diego Patch.
The cover reveal party for Hudda Ibrahim’s latest children’s book took place the evening of November 18. Lula Wants to Wear A Badge is the story of a young Muslim girl who is ridiculed by her classmates when she tells them she wants to be a cop when she grows up. During the cover reveal party, which was held via ZOOM, Ibrahim explained she has a personal motivation for writing the book. It was inspired by her little sister.
A special thank you to everyone who made a donation to Sigma's Bookshelf on Give to the Max Day in Minnesota. Altogether, the campaign raised just under $500. That's enough money to purchase another 10 ISBN numbers and a few images for book covers. My son, Justin, and I really appreciate the support.
Sigma's Bookshelf is a free book publishing company for talented teen writers. As a project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts services organization, we are able to seek donations to cover expenses, thus enabling us to run the program free of charge for participating authors.
Sigma's Bookshelf was started by my son when he was 16. He is now 20-years-old and a student at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. We are happy to share that over the past five years we have brought 17 books to market, and will have two more out by the end of the year. Check out all the titles here: SigmasBookshelf.com/books.
If you missed Give to the Max Day and still want to help, Sigma's Bookshelf's GiveMN Page can be accessed here: www.sigmasbookshelf.com/donate. All donations are tax deductible and go directly towards the cost of bringing books to market. All work is performed by unpaid volunteers.
Stories about the Bloomington Veterans Memorial aired on two television stations in the Twin Cities on Veterans Day. Both KARE TV and KSTP TV nterviewed MIchael Dardis, Vice President of Bloomington Remembers Veterans Inc., the nonprofit that is building the memorial. Also on Veterans Day, a story about the memorial was published in the Bloomington Sun Current Newspaper.
The memorial will be built on the grounds of the City of Bloomington, Minnesota's Civic Plaza, and is expected to be completed by 2023. The project is currently in the fundraising process.
Learn more about how you may be able to support it at www.BloomingtonVeteransMemorial.org.