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What if common objects they use at school every day were to come alive? Imaginations were running wild at The Dinosaur Farm toy and bookstore in South Pasadena, Califorina on November 19 during the book launch event for Rock Scissors Paperbag by Burbank Elementary School teacher Elizabeth Godley. During the event, Godley read one of the chapters to the kids who attended, and also gave two lucky children their very own pet rocks.
The event was previewed in two the South Pasadenan newspaper, as well as in Pasadena Weekly. In addition, The Burbank Leader published a story about the book after the event happened.
Learn more about Rock Scissors Paperbag online at Nobodysbananapublishing.com
As the holiday season gets underway, Minnesota authors are out in force promoting their books. Mystery writer Alan Miller of Eagan, author of “A Reluctant Madonna,” had a reading followed by a question-and-answer session at the Minneapolis Jewish Community Center (JCC),on November 17th. It was his second signing event of the month. On Nov. 10, he appeared at the 45th Parallel Distillery in New Richmond, Wisconsin.
“A Reluctant Madonna,” begins as a young Washington Post reporter named Alison Powers is investigating what appears to be an orchestrated plot by the Chinese to buy up land in North Dakota. When she gets too close to the truth, she nearly loses her life.
After her editor, Mort Ahrens, learns what has happened, he takes over the investigation, leaving his new wife to continue their honeymoon cruise without him. While still on the ship, Danni Rose stumbles onto a mystery of her own involving a famous artist who has taken a liking to her.
In addition to “A Reluctant Madonna,” Miller is also the author of “Holding Court,” which is the story of a Supreme Court Justice who gets kidnapped while on his way to work. Police have few clues to go on, but lucky for Justice J.J. Richter, his girlfriend’s daughter, Danni Rose, happens to be dating an investigative reporter for the Washington Post. Thanks to a little luck and his intuition, Mort Ahrens figures out who may be behind the disappearance.
Miller has also authored two nonfiction books, “You Can Make A Difference” and “My Name is Toby.”
In addition to his work as a writer, Miller also has TV interviewing experience. In 1999, he and his wife, Sharon, founded “Access to Democracy,” a show on Eagan TV that will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2024. Miller used to host the show, but recently transitioned to the role of Co-Producer Emeritus.
Earlier this year he began producing a new show, "Writers Corner," featuring some of Minnesota's best-known writers. The October show featured retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson, and was directed on the threat of book banning.
The annual Give to the Max Day fundraising drive for Minnesota nonprofits and schools was held on November 16th, and Sigma's Bookshelf wants to thank everyone who made a donation to help support Sigma’s Bookshelf. The campaign raised more than $600 that will be used to cover expenses associated with publishing teen author's books for them for free.
Since its founding in 2017, the company has published 22 teen authored books. All services required to bring books to market are provided 100% free for the teens whose books are selected for publication by unpaid volunteers, including myself and my husband, Jamie. All monies donated go directly towards covering project expenses.
Sigma’s Bookshelf is a project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts services organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Donations can be made any. time of the year via Sigma’s Bookshelf’s GiveMN page, which can be reached at www.SigmasBookshelf.com/Donate Thank you in advance for your support!
Minnesotsa author Rob Jung wrapped up his Fall book tour to promote Judgment Day on November 15 with an appearance at Magers & Quinn in Minneapolis. This Fall, Jung also appeared at Comma A Bookstore in Minneapolis, The Bookstore at Fitgers in Duluth, Subtext Books in St. Paul, the Barnes and Noble Booksellers store in Minneapolis and at the Twin Cities Book Festival. Politics and scandal seem to go hand in hand in real life. They are also great bedfellows in the latest mystery by Minnesota writer Rob Jung.
Judgment Day, released by Hawk Hill Literary in Summer 2023, is the story of Magnolia Kanaranzi, a recently elected U.S. Senator who is within a heartbeat of losing it all after being accused of murdering her own mother. She adamantly maintains her innocence, but the facts point to her guilt.
With the threat of the death penalty hanging over her head, Kanaranzi reluctantly agrees to meet with a forensic psychologist whose job is to determine whether she is competent to stand trial. Shocking revelations evolve from Kanaranzi’s sessions, uncovering the real murderer, and setting in motion events that lead to a calamitous conclusion as perception and reality collide.
Judgment Day is the conclusion of a trilogy that revolves around the disappearance of a famous mural by Spanish artist Joan Miro called “The Reaper,” and how it set in motion a psychological, political and legal war between a struggling artist and his estranged mother, 75-years later.
For more information about author Rob Jung’s work, check out his website: Robjungwriter.com