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Minnesota author Barbara Schlichting's latest novel debuts next month with a reading and signing at Next Chapter Booksellers in St. Paul. (Sat., July 27, 1 p.m.)
The Broken Circle is a somewhat autobiographical story about three women who reunite at the funeral of a mutual friend. The story, which is told from multiple points of view, explores issues the various characters are going through. Nancy is mourning the loss of her one true love, Judy is struggling to overcome issues that have plagued her since childhood, and Sharon is fearful of what will happen if she reveals her true self to the world.
Schlichting, who has always loved mysteries, also includes one that affects all of her characters: the exploration into what happened to Vicky, who had disappeared without a trace when they were teenagers. That part of the story was inspired by one of the most significant missing children’s cases in Minnesota history.
Learn more about Barbara's work at BarbaraSchlichting.com.
There is a story in the Billings Gazette about Elaine Koyama's soon to be released memoir, Let Me In, A Japanese American Woman Crashes the Corporate Club - 1976 - 1996. The book officially launches on Sept. 3 and is available for preorder here.
In Let Me In, Koyama shares how she rose up among the management ranks at Cargill, a Minnesota provider of food, agriculture, financial and industrial products, at a time when there were few women at the top.
Learn more at www.elainekoyama.com.