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Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only book publishing company exclusively for teen authors, spent the day at Southwest Middle School in Albert Lea, Minn., on May 8.
Sigma's Bookshelf Co-founder Rachel M. Anderson shared the story behind how the company came to be, and also educated teenagers interested in writing on how they can go about getting their stories published.
Learn more about the company at www.SigmasBookshelf.com.
Seniors who have experienced significant life changes, such as a move to a senior living community or nursing home, or the loss of a spouse, often struggle with sadness; but there are some simple steps they can take to return to a time of happiness in their lives. Tom Glaser, who is a psychologist, life coach and the author of Full Heart Living: Conversations with the Happiest People I Know, led a workshop on happiness at the Edina Senior Center in Edina, Minn., on May 10.
He facilitated a similar workshop titled, "Choosing Happiness through Connecting,” for the general public at the Grand Marais Public Library on May 11.
A book that was a labor of love for a family grieving the loss of a beloved young man has received some national recognition. The Music of the Soul Lives On: A Henry Mackaman Experience, which immortalizes the life of Henry Mackaman, has been named a finalist in the anthology category of the INDIE Book of the Year Awards, sponsored by Foreword Reviews. The book has also been named a finalist in the interior design category of the Midwest Book Awards, sponsored by the Midwest Independent Book Publishing Association (MIPA).
Henry Mackaman was a St. Paul Central High School graduate, who died in April 2013 after contracting bacterial meningitis, a rare, but often deadly disease, at college. Henry was a third year student at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and was pursuing a double major in Economics and English. One month after his death at their commencement ceremony, the University awarded him a posthumous degree, waiving the one credit he was short. The official launch party for Henry's book took place on May 7 at the Best Western Inn Towner Plus in Madison. Learn more about the book at www.henrymackaman.com.