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In the aftermath of the loss of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman a lot of attention is being focused on addiction.
Amber Leone Murphy of Minneapolis, a recovering addict who is trying to get out the message, "A sober life is not a boring life. You can't keep a sober girl down!" was interviewed on WCCO Radio in Minneapolis the evening of Feb. 3rd to share insight into what may have gone wrong.
Amber has been sober and drug-free for 8 years now and has dedicated herself to helping countless others live their best life possible, beyond of the grips of addiction.
For more information, check out her website, www.cantkeepasobergirldown.com.
February is "I Love to Read Month," the perfect time for California publisher Words Bright to launch its debut book.
A New Take on ABCs! S is for Smiling Sunrise by Vick Wadhwa is an ABC book with a twist. Not only does it teach the alphabet, it communicates concepts.
Author Vick Wadhwa will launch the book with a special appearance at the Westlake Montessori School in Westlake Village, Calif., on Feb. 4th. He will read the book to a pre-school class at the school.
More information can be found at www.WordsBright.com.
Is President Obama the most Caesaristic President in modern history?
That is the contention of the new book, THE COMING CAESARS, published by Omaha, Nebraska-based Trestle Press. The book was originally published in 1957 and re-released in an updated version in 2014.
More information about the book can be found on the Trestle Press website. Books are available for purchase at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
A story about Polly Norman, author, "Dances Through Glass" has been published in the Feruary 2014 issue of Edina Magazine. The article, Edina Artist Turned Mental Struggles into Asset" was written by Emily Den Boer.
Norman, a longtime Edina resident, has been struggling with mental illness for a long time. She told Den Boer, “For every human experience that is deemed negative, something positive comes out of it. Out of my illness, I have become an advocate and educator, both by sharing facts about mental illness in the book and with those around me and in the community.”
Learn more about the book at www.pollynormanart.com/book.