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Lee Jacobus, author, Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes, participated in a special event titled, "Spring Evening with Local Authors" at the Barnes & Noble store in Waterbury, Conn., the evening of April 16.
Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes is a collection of 14 short stories that look beyond the surface lives of tourists and retirees, natives and transplants, to the joys and mysteries within. Though fictional, each of the stories is based on the people Jacobus met, the places he visited, and the experiences he had both on and off the beaten path. Lee A. Jacobus is Professor Emeritus of English at UCONN.
More information is available at www.TellMePress.com.
Etiquette expert Wynne Dalley, author of Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Girls and Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Guys, was interviewed on the Ron Owens Program on KGO Radio 810 in San Francisco, Calif. the morning of April 15 to promote her upcoming events at Barnes & Noble stores in the Bay Area.
In the Be Cool & Confident series, Dalley shares information young people need to know. The guides focus on taking care of one’s body and personal appearance in a modern and practical way through good nutrition, makeup, hairstyling and fashion. Also covered, what kids need to know about proper etiquette. Learn more about the book series at www.tellmepress.com.
A book sharing an artist’s psychological struggles and passion for dance has been named one of the best books produced in the Midwest in 2013. Dances Through Glass: A 25- Year Retrospective of Work By Photographer and Painter Polly Norman (AVANT Circle, 2013, $49.95) is a finalist in six categories of this year’s Midwest Book Awards competition.
Judges in the categories of Arts, Coffee Table Books, Cover, Photography, Interior Layout and Total Book Design were especially impressed by the book, which begins with an essay titled, “Soaring and Crashing.” In it Norman reveals her psychological struggles. She writes, “To deal with the chaos in my life, I escape into the prism of glass, dancing to the visual music in my mind. My photographs express my interior movement from darkness into light and back again.”
Finalist names were released on April 12. Winners will be recognized at the 24th annual Midwest Book Awards Celebration. This year’s gala will be held the evening of Wednesday, May 14 at the Olson Campus Center at Luther Seminary, located at 1490 Fulham Street in St. Paul.
“I am thrilled Dances Through Glass, a book that reflects my life's work and passion, has received such honors!” exclaimed Norman.
Copies of Dances Through Glass are available for purchase at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com. The book retails for $49.95. Learn more about the book at http://www.pollynormanart.com/book.
April is The Month of the Military Child and our national radio tour to promote Mary Linda Sather's Boo Boo Bear's Mission: The True Story of a Teddy Bear's Adventures in Iraq was a huge success.
RMA Publicity secured interviews in ten cities across the country. The tour kicked off Mar. 26 with an interview on the show, The New Urban Unlimited, on radio station KKNW AM in Seattle. On April 2, Sather was interviewed on WDUN-AM in Atlanta, WFIN-AM in Toledo, Ohio, WTKF-FM in Greenville, N.C., and Daybreak USA, a nationally syndicated radio show that runs on the USA Radio Network. On April 3, the author was interviewed on WWWI-AM Minneapolis. On April 4 interviews were done on WDPN-AM in Cleveland, Ohio, and WXGM-AM in Norfolk, Va. On April 9 she was interviewed via Skype on WTVY-TV in Dothan, Alabama. On April 10, she was interviewed on KMA-AM in Omaha. Her 10th and final interview took place the morning of April 11 on KLGR-AM in Redwood Falls, Minn.
Afte the tour concluded, Sather had this to say, "WOW! What a great campaign! You opened a whole new world for me with the radio interviews. "
Boo Boo Bear's Mission is the story of how the author's son and granddaughter stayed connected during the second of his three deployments to Iraq. The illustrations for the book were drawn by children from military and civilian families. In addition to sharing a touching story, the book also contains a resource guide that describes specific ways caregivers can support children who are experiencing a deployment separation.
Learn more at www.boo-boo-bears-mission.net.