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Highly-acclaimed national and international award-winning mystery author Marilyn Jax shares her secrets for crafting the perfect mystery during a mystery writer's workshop at a Twin Cities Barnes and Noble store in October. Participants will learn how to incorporate intriguing plots, memorable characters, clues, twists and turns, red herrings, and more into their work, then hone their new skills through a series of writing exercises. Jax's workshop takes place on Sat., Oct. 29 at the Barnes and Noble in Eagan. The event begins at 1 p.m. and goes until around 4 p.m.
Learn more at www.marilynjax.com.
September is National Recovery Month and Minnesota author and former Lutheran Pastor Daniel D. Maurer spoke on the topic of resilience at River View Health in Crookston, Minn., on Sept. 26. Earlier in the day, he was interviewed on KROX-AM in Crookston.
Maurer is the author of Sobriety: A Graphic Novel, winner of a Midwest Book Award for the best self-help book published in the Midwest in 2014. The idea for the book came to him while he was at Hazelden Betty Ford in Minnesota recovering from an addiction to pain killers. Maurer’s next book, slated for release next year, will be on the topic of resilience.
The launch party for Dr. Elliot Francke's debut nove,l Upon a Time: The Darkness behind the Tales, took place on Sept. 25 at the Temple of Aaron education building in St. Paul.
Dr. CFrancke's story centers around the Fairy godmother who later gains fame in the story of Cinderella. In addition to managing the Hammer family household, she must raise her master’s young daughter. The girl’s mother, locked away in a tower, is unwilling to care for her. Her father is not interested in raising her either.
Dr. Francke introduced his tale to the Twin Cities during an appearance on KSTP-TV on Sept. 18 when he also talked about precautions people should be taking to protect themselves from Zika virus if they plan to travel South any time soon. Dr. Francke is Vice Chair of the Infectious Disease Committee at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Learn more about the book at www.elliotfrancke.net.