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In this time of increased fatigue, loneliness and anxiety, disconnection from our bodies and from each other is at the core of our personal pain and collective suffering. Dr. Rachel Allyn, PhD, a holistic psychologist, relationship and sex therapist, and certified yoga instructor from Minneapolis, has written a book that is intended to be part of the solution.
The Pleasure Is All Yours: Reclaim Your Body’s Bliss and Reignite Your Passion for Life, is a step-by-step guide to help readers release barriers to receiving life’s pleasures and deeper connections with others. The book will be released by Shambhala Publications and distributed by Penguin Random House beginning on Tues., July 27, 2021. Also on July 27, Dr. Allyn will be interviewed on KSTP Television's talk show, "Twin Cities Live," which airs from 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. CT.
More information is available on the author's website: DrRachelAllyn.com.
Michelle Perdue, author, Rise and Shine: How to Live a Life of Resilience and Perform at Your Potential, appeared on WCCO's Midmorning Show on July 23. She discussed what comes next as we emerge from the pandemic.
After so much time away from the office, some people don’t want to go back. Others want to go back, but not to the same roles they held before. There’s no denying that tough times are ahead. Perdue shared what it is going to take to make a smooth transition.
The vinterview, along with another story publised in the MN Sun Post newsaper previewed the public launch event for the book at the ModernWell co-working space in Minneapolis on July 27th.
Learn more about Michelle's work at www.speaktoadvance.com.
Another story has been published about Barbara and Jim Wojcik's book, Bud's Jacket: An American Flyer Evades the Nazis in Occupied France. The Chicago Sun Times published the story, 'Big mystery box' revealed South Side man's long-secret World War II near-death odyssey, in its July 16 edition. The White Bear Press newspaper published the article RMA Publicity wrote about the book in its JUly 14 edition,
Bud's Jacket is the true story of a Chicago airman who was shot down over France during World War II, and fortunately with the help of many ordinary citizens in France was able to find his way home. The book was written by Bud's niece, who lives in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, using a box of momentos left behind by her Uncle after he died.
The authors will sign copies of their book at Lake County Booksellers in White Bear Lake, Minnesota the morning of Friday, August 6.
Learn more about the book at Budsjacket.com.
Less than a month to go till the launch of Minneapolis writer Carol Dines' latest book. The short story collection, This Distance We Call Love, officially launches during a free, live-stream event on the Magers & Quinn Facebook Page or YouTube channel on Wednesday, August 4 at 6 p.m. Central time.
Here is a link to the first media placement for the book: a mention about the upcoming title appears in the July 6th edition of the Rochester Post Bulletin.
Blending humor and insight, the 13 stories in this collection explore interwoven themes of connection and disconnection in our most intimate relationships, a topic pertinent to our pandemic lives. Told through the voices of mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, sisters and friends, the loosely linked stories have been likened to Lorrie Moore and Alice Munroe in their narrative style.
Set in Minnesota, Italy, and Mexico, the collection delves deep into our changing world, revealing how the internet, climate change, sexual violence, aging and work impact our families, marriages, and friendships. While some relationships fall apart, others remain entrenched in old patterns, grappling with notions of self and duty. Altogether, the stories probe our most meaningful relationships, asking how love survives our changing world.
Carol Dines is the author of fiction for adults and young adults, and is a recipient of the Judy Blume award as well as a recipient of Minnesota and Wisconsin State Artist Fellowships. Dines received a BA from Stanford University and an MA in English from Colorado State University. She has taught writing to all ages at universities, colleges, and public schools in Colorado, Florida, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, Jack Zipes, and their standard poodle.
STORE WEBSITE: www.magersandquinn.com/
AUTHOR WEBSITE: www.caroldines.com